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Dr. Irvin Stein collection of Eugene Ormandy material

Ms. Coll. 1249

Dr. Irvin Stein collection of Eugene Ormandy material

Ms. Coll. 1249

Dr. Irvin Stein collection of Eugene Ormandy material

Ms. Coll. 1249

Dr. Irvin Stein collection of Eugene Ormandy material

Ms. Coll. 1249

Dr. Irvin Stein collection of Eugene Ormandy material

Ms. Coll. 1249

Dr. Irvin Stein collection of Eugene Ormandy material

Ms. Coll. 1249

Dr. Irvin Stein collection of Eugene Ormandy material

Ms. Coll. 1249

This is a finding aid. It is a description of archival material held at the University of Pennsylvania. Unless otherwise noted, the materials described below are physically available in our reading room, and not digitally available through the web.

Summary Information

Repository:
University of Pennsylvania: Kislak Center for Special Collections, Rare Books and Manuscripts
Creator:
Stein, Irvin, 1906-
Title:
Dr. Irvin Stein collection of Eugene Ormandy material
Date [inclusive]:
1953-1990
Call Number:
Ms. Coll. 1249
Extent:
0.2 linear feet (1 box)
Language:
English
Abstract:
Dr. Irving Stein (1906-2000) was an orthopedic surgeon and professor at the University of Pennsylvania, who also served on the board of the Philadelphia Orchestra. This collection documents his relationship with Eugene Ormandy (1899-1985), the conductor of the Philadelphia Orchestra, and his efforts to memorialize Ormandy's accomplishments following his death.
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Dr. Irvin Stein collection of Eugene Ormandy material, 1953-1990, Ms. Coll. 1249, Kislak Center for Special Collections, Rare Books and Manuscripts, University of Pennsylvania
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Repository:
University of Pennsylvania: Kislak Center for Special Collections, Rare Books and Manuscripts
Creator:
Ormandy, Eugene, 1899-1985
Title:
Eugene Ormandy commercial sound recordings
Date [inclusive]:
1922-1986
Call Number:
Ms. Coll. 410
Extent:
15.6 linear feet (39 boxes)
Language:
English
Abstract:
Eugene Ormandy (1899-1985), was a violinist and conductor, best known for his 44-year association with the Philadelphia Orchestra. This collection consists of 663 sound recordings, largely of classical music performed by the Philadelphia Orchestra, conducted by Eugene Ormandy. The collection is arranged in alphabetical order by composer, or occasionally by the title of the recording when multiple composers or a themed recording was created.
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Eugene Ormandy commercial sound recordings, 1922-1986, Ms. Coll. 410, Kislak Center for Special Collections, Rare Books and Manuscripts, University of Pennsylvania
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Repository:
University of Pennsylvania: Kislak Center for Special Collections, Rare Books and Manuscripts
Creator:
Ormandy, Eugene, 1899-1985
Title:
Eugene Ormandy oral history collection
Date [bulk]:
1990-1993
Date [inclusive]:
1969-1997
Call Number:
Ms. Coll. 59
Extent:
3.75 linear feet (9 boxes)
Language:
English
Language Note:
The bulk of the materials in this collection are in English.
Abstract:
Eugene Ormandy (1899-1985) was a Hungarian-born violinist and conductor best known for his association with the Philadelphia Orchestra. Ormandy’s characteristic conducting style resulted in the “Philadelphia Sound,” which he brought around the world through recordings, international tours, and guest conducting engagements. This is a collection of transcripts of oral history interviews conducted with Eugene Ormandy and others connected to him or to the Philadelphia Orchestra about Ormandy and his influence on the Philadelphia Orchestra.
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Eugene Ormandy oral history collection, 1969-1997 (bulk: 1990-1993), Ms. Coll. 59, Kislak Center for Special Collections, Rare Books and Manuscripts, University of Pennsylvania
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Summary Information

Repository:
University of Pennsylvania: Kislak Center for Special Collections, Rare Books and Manuscripts
Creator:
Ormandy, Eugene, 1899-1985
Title:
Eugene Ormandy papers
Date [inclusive]:
1921-1991
Call Number:
Ms. Coll. 91
Extent:
78 boxes (+ 2 map drawers)
Language:
English
Abstract:
Ormandy served as the onductor/musical director of the Minneapolis Symphony Orchestra (1931-1936) and the Philadelphia Orchestra (1937-1980). His collection includes general and interoffice correspondence; administrative files concerning programming; notes; programs and itineraries; clippings; and awards. The majority of the materials concern Ormandy’s tenure at the Philadelphia Orchestra.
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Eugene Ormandy papers, Kislak Center for Special Collections, Rare Books and Manuscripts, University of Pennsylvania
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Repository:
University of Pennsylvania: Kislak Center for Special Collections, Rare Books and Manuscripts
Creator:
Ormandy, Eugene, 1899-1985
Title:
Eugene Ormandy photographs
Date [inclusive]:
1880-1992
Call Number:
Ms. Coll. 330
Extent:
16.75 Linear feet (76 volumes and boxes)
Language:
English
Abstract:
Eugene Ormandy served as the conductor/musical director of the Minneapolis Symphony Orchestra from 1931 to 1936 and the Philadelphia Orchestra from 1937 to 1980.This collection of photographs documents the career and life of Eugene Ormandy from the early 1880s to the early 1990s, with the bulk of the photographs dating from the 1940s to the 1970s.
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Eugene Ormandy photographs, 1880-1992, Ms. Coll. 330, Kislak Center for Special Collections, Rare Books and Manuscripts, University of Pennsylvania
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Repository:
University of Pennsylvania: Kislak Center for Special Collections, Rare Books and Manuscripts
Creator:
Stokowski, Leopold, 1882-1977
Title:
Leopold Stokowski sound recordings
Date [bulk]:
1930-1977
Date [inclusive]:
1912-1982
Call Number:
Ms. Coll. 1169
Extent:
13 linear feet (21 boxes)
Language:
English
Abstract:
Leopold Anthony Stokowski was born April 18, 1882 in London and become one of the best-known conductors of the 20th century. Stokowski conducted symphony orchestras across the world from 1909 until his death in 1977. This collection consists of original sound recordings on sound reels, audio cassettes, cds, and long playing records. It is believed that the majority document Stokowski's conducting career from 1917 to 1977 and that very few were professional recordings. Original sound recordings are restricted from use and researchers wishing to obtain a copy of the original will be financially responsible for the reformatting costs.
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Leopold Stokowski sound recordings, 1912-1982 (bulk 1930-1977), Ms. Coll. 1169, Kislak Center for Special Collections, Rare Books and Manuscripts, University of Pennsylvania
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Repository:
University of Pennsylvania: Kislak Center for Special Collections, Rare Books and Manuscripts
Creator:
Bruch, Max, 1838-1920
Creator:
Sutro, Ottilie
Creator:
Sutro, Rose
Creator:
Twining, Nathan
Title:
Rose and Ottilie Sutro and Nathan Twining music manuscripts of Max Bruch's Concerto for two pianos and orchestra, op. 88a
Date [inclusive]:
1915-1988
Call Number:
Ms. Coll. 1059
Extent:
0.75 linear feet (3 boxes)
Language:
English
Abstract:
Much of the unusual and complicated history of Max Bruch's Concerto for two pianos and orchestra, op. 88a, may be traced through this collection of music manuscripts. The collection consists primarily of full orchestral scores, duo piano parts, orchestral parts, and supplementary material for the Concerto for two pianos and orchestra, op. 88a, by Max Bruch. Also some unrelated transcriptions and arrangements. All materials are in manuscript. These materials were heavily altered and used for performance between 1915 and 1917 by duo pianists Rose and Ottilie Sutro. Subsequently, they were collected by pianist Nathan Twining from the auction of the effects of pianist Ottilie Sutro in Baltimore, MD, in 1971, and used in his reconstruction of the piece. Also included are orchestral parts prepared by Twining for his recording of the Concerto with pianist Martin Berkofsky and the London Symphony Orchestra released in 1974.
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Rose and Ottilie Sutro and Nathan Twining music manuscripts of Max Bruch's Concerto for two pianos and orchestra, op. 88a, 1915-1988, Ms. Coll. 1059, Kislak Center for Special Collections, Rare Books and Manuscripts, University of Pennsylvania.
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Biography/History

Dr. Irvin Stein was born in North Carolina in 1906 and died in Philadelphia on February 3, 2000. At age fifteen, Dr. Stein enrolled in the University of North Carolina and went on to medical school at Jefferson Medical College in Philadelphia. Stein completed his intern and resident training at Johns Hopkins University Medical Center and at the University of Pennsylvania. He then went on to work as a surgeon at the Philadelphia General Hospital and to teach orthopedic surgery at the University of Pennsylvania Medical School. In addition, Stein served on the board of the Philadelphia Orchestra and appears to have developed a friendship with Eugene Ormandy, the conductor of the Orchestra. In 1971, Stein operated on Ormandy, correcting a 55 year-old injury during a famously successful hip surgery. An article in the Philadelphia Inquirer quotes Ormandy, "Dr. Stein has become my dearest friend--like a younger brother," (October 12, 1971).

Eugene Ormandy was born on November 8, 1899 in Hungary and died in Philadelphia on March 12, 1985. He became internationally famous for his 44-year role as the conductor of the Philadelphia Orchestra. Under his leadership, the Philadelphia Orchestra received three gold records and won two Grammy Awards. At age five, Ormandy began studying violin at the Royal National Hungarian Academy of Music, giving his first concerts at age seven and graduating with a master’s degree at age fourteen. He moved to America in 1921 and became a violinist at the Capitol Theatre in New York City. In 1931, Ormandy served as a substitute conductor for the Philadelphia Orchestra which ultimately led to his first major appointment as a conductor in Minneapolis. In 1936, Ormandy began his work with the Philadelphia Orchestra as associate conductor under Leopold Stokowski. After two years, he became the lead conductor and remained so until his retirement in 1980.

Biography/History

Eugene Ormandy (1899-1985), was a violinist and conductor, best known for his 44-year association with the Philadelphia Orchestra.

Ormandy was born Jenö Blau in Budapest, Hungary to Rosalie and Benjamin Blau. He was a musical prodigy; beginning his violin studies at the age of five at the Royal Hungarian Academy of Music, he had his first concert at 7, and graduated with a master’s degree at the age of fourteen. His first musical engagement upon arriving in the United States in 1921 was as a violinist at the Capitol Theatre in New York. The orchestra played concerts and provided live musical accompaniment for silent movies. Ormandy quickly became concertmaster and eventually conducted the group.

Ormandy first conducted the Philadelphia Orchestra in 1931 when Arturo Toscanini, a famous Italian conductor, fell ill and a last-minute replacement was needed. This opportunity led to Ormandy’s first major appointment as the conductor of the Minneapolis Symphony Orchestra (now Minnesota Orchestra), where he served until 1936. Ormandy joined the Philadelphia Orchestra as associate conductor under Leopold Stokowski and became music director in 1938. He served as lead conductor until his retirement in 1980 when he was appointed conductor laureate. Ormandy’s conducting style was known to produce a particular "Philadelphia Sound" and he was alternately praised and denounced for it by critics. Under Ormandy’s direction, the Philadelphia Orchestra often performed in other American cities and internationally in locations such as Finland, Latin America, and China. Though he retired in 1980, Ormandy occasionally appeared as a guest conductor for the Philadelphia and other orchestras. His last concert was in 1984 at Carnegie Hall, conducting the Philadelphia Orchestra. He died in 1985.

For a more complete biographical note, please see Eugene Ormandy papers, 1921-1991, Ms. Coll. 91.

Biography/History

Eugene Ormandy (1899-1985), was a violinist and conductor, best known for his 44-year association with the Philadelphia Orchestra.

Ormandy was born Jenö Blau in Budapest, Hungary to Rosalie and Benjamin Blau. He was a musical prodigy; beginning his violin studies at the age of five at the Royal Hungarian Academy of Music, he had his first concert at 7, and graduated with a master’s degree at the age of fourteen. His first musical engagement upon arriving in the United States in 1921 was as a violinist at the Capitol Theatre in New York. The orchestra played concerts and provided live musical accompaniment for silent movies. Ormandy quickly became concertmaster and eventually conducted the group.

Ormandy first conducted the Philadelphia Orchestra in 1931 when Arturo Toscanini, a famous Italian conductor, fell ill and a last-minute replacement was needed. This opportunity led to Ormandy’s first major appointment as the conductor of the Minneapolis Symphony Orchestra (now Minnesota Orchestra), where he served until 1936. Ormandy joined the Philadelphia Orchestra as associate conductor under Leopold Stokowski and became music director in 1938. He served as lead conductor until his retirement in 1980 when he was appointed conductor laureate. Ormandy’s conducting style was known to produce a particular "Philadelphia Sound" and he was alternately praised and denounced for it by critics. Under Ormandy’s direction, the Philadelphia Orchestra often performed in other American cities and internationally in locations such as Finland, Latin America, and China. Though he retired in 1980, Ormandy occasionally appeared as a guest conductor for the Philadelphia and other orchestras. His last concert was in 1984 at Carnegie Hall, conducting the Philadelphia Orchestra. He died in 1985.

For a more complete biographical note, please see Eugene Ormandy papers, 1921-1991, Ms. Coll. 91.

Biography/History

In 1976 conductor Eugene Ormandy, who was often badgered by would-be biographers, replied to one with the declaration, "I don't believe that a performing artists' [ sic] biography should be written by himself or anyone else." Ormandy was, in fact, remarkably reticent about discussing details of his past or his personal life. Though by all accounts he possessed a raconteur's easy affability, his stories, like the interviews he gave, tended to cover familiar ground . A very public man, Ormandy nevertheless kept his private life carefully protected from public scrutiny. If what follows, then, seems less a biographic account than a record of professional achievements, that fact reflects the paucity of biographic materials available on Ormandy.

Eugene Ormandy, born in Budapest in 1899, grew up Jenö Blau, first son of Benjamin Blau, who began training his son on the violin at an early age. A musical prodigy with perfect pitch, he studied as a child at the Royal Academy of Music under the tutelage of his namesake, Jenö Hubay. By the age of 17 Ormandy had not only graduated (three years prior) but was teaching at this same academy, and soon thereafter he began touring Europe as a soloist. In 1920, after a concert in Vienna, two American entrepreneurs, who claimed to be concert agents, persuaded Ormandy to come and concertize in America, where they promised to procure for him 300 performing venues and to pay him a total of $30,000 in fees. Ormandy accepted the offer, anxious to go to the United States, where opportunities for musicians seemed to abound.

Upon his arrival in New York in December, 1921, however, the promised contract evaporated. In need of money, Ormandy found a job with the orchestra of the Capitol Theater, a movie house that featured musical concerts as well as silent movies with live musical accompaniment. Ormandy rose in the ranks quickly, becoming concertmaster within a week of taking the job. By 1926, having occasionally substituted for the conductor Erno Rapee, Ormandy had become the Capitol Orchestra's associate music director. In that capacity he was eventually discovered by the manager, Arthur Judson, who, taking the young conductor into his stable of performers, began to employ him in the Dutch Master Hour and other radio programs. Judson also began booking important live performances for him. In 1929 Ormandy appeared at the Lewisohn Stadium in New York, conducting the New York Philharmonic-Symphony, and in 1930 he made his conductorial debut in Philadelphia, where he conducted the city's orchestra at the Robin Hood Dell. Over the next year several subsequent Philadelphia appearances included a successful two week guest engagement substituting for Arturo Toscanini, who had been suddenly taken ill at the start of the fall season. As a result, the Philadelphia Orchestra's administrators, who had begun thinking about a successor to Leopold Stokowski, invited Ormandy back as guest conductor many more times over the next few years.

Ormandy had, in the meantime, become engaged by the Minneapolis Symphony as its conductor. From 1931 to 1936 Ormandy did what he could to improve the orchestra and to bring it into more national prominence. Ormandy, with the help of Judson, obtained a recording contract with RCA Victor, and soon this Midwestern orchestra was the most recorded orchestra in the country. Though neither Ormandy nor the players received extra compensation for their recordings, the orchestra and perhaps particularly Ormandy profited from the increased publicity produced by their popular recordings. Ormandy and the Minneapolis Symphony were the first in the United States to record Mahler's Symphony No. 4, Rachmaninoff's No. 2, and Sibelius' No. 1.

When Ormandy's five-year contract with Minneapolis ended, the Philadelphia Orchestra invited him to become its co-conductor, an invitation Ormandy readily accepted. For the next four years Ormandy shared the podium with Leopold Stokowski, an arrangement that apparently went smoothly enough, even after Ormandy was made music director in 1938. When Stokowski finally left, at the end of the 1940-1941 season, Ormandy made no big adjustments in programming or in the management of the Orchestra.

But these years, however successful professionally, were decades of personal challenge and even upheaval for the maestro. He had married professional harpist Stephanie Goldner in 1922, who gave up a position with the New York Philharmonic in 1931 to join her husband in the Midwest. The couple twice had babies that subsequently died of RH complications. Furthermore, with the advent of World War II and then, later, the Soviet occupation, Ormandy expended no small effort and money assisting family, friends, and friends of friends out of Europe, many of whom he put up at his own home (at one time the Ormandy's lived in a house in Wynnewood that they called "Journey's End," where they accommodated some of the emigrés). Among those he helped were members of his wife's own family, emigrating from Austria. Yet despite all the couple had been through together in these decades, or perhaps because of it, Ormandy and his wife Stephanie divorced in 1947. In 1950 he married Margaret (Gretel) Frances Hitsch.

While the new Mrs. Ormandy devoted herself to her husband, he devoted himself to the Orchestra. This is not to say that he did not care about the people in his life. Indeed he dedicated himself to the welfare of his brother, Martin, whom he assisted financially and professionally (Ormandy was estranged from his other brother Laszlo). He kept in touch with family back in Hungary, telephoning and sending money whenever he could, and he also continued to assist his first wife and her family. In 1952 Mrs. Ormandy and he also unofficially "adopted" a young Austrian woman from Czechoslovakia named Renata Huebscher (later Harrison); the Ormandys helped put her through Bryn Mawr College and remained close to her after she married. Thus in many respects, Ormandy's familial relationships seem to have been fairly simply defined; though his work generally came first, he used his earnings and his position to help anyone for whom he cared. The only return he apparently expected was loyalty. And he had need for family loyalty and affection during two difficult occasions in the 1960s. The first one involved an automobile accident in which both Ormandy and his wife were terribly injured, and from which it took them months to recover. The second incident was the death of Stephanie Ormandy in 1962 from cancer. In these instances, family and friends, including members of his first wife's family, rallied to lend their support.

In contrast with these relationships, his relationship to the Orchestra, his other "family," was more complex. He liked to view himself as a kind of father or uncle to the Orchestra members, to whom he was often quite loyal, personally. He helped individuals through illness and personal problems, assisted players with obtaining loans, raises or bonuses from management, and threw the Orchestra lavish parties once a year. In general, however, he aligned himself with the Orchestra Association or Board when it came to general employment policy; he, for instance, asked all the Orchestra members to go back to work during the strike of 1966 and refused otherwise to get involved. Many say that in this instance and others, Ormandy could not, in any case, have had much influence with the Board and therefore had no choice but to take a neutral, middle ground. Yet one can easily believe--and there is evidence that some players did--that because for Ormandy work and the  business of orchestra management were so important, he would not have sided with players even if he had had more ability to affect Board policies. Likewise there are those who, in remembering Ormandy, have described him as a kind of factory foreman, particularly with regard to the production and sales of orchestra recordings. Certainly it can be said that he put the Orchestra's financial well-being and reputation above all other considerations, a priority that sometimes brought him into conflict with the instrumentalists.

Ormandy was known for his business acumen, practicality, and efficiency, traits perhaps developed in his early days as movie-house maestro and radio performer. In the 44 years of his Philadelphia tenure, he and the Orchestra made many recordings with RCA (1936-1943, 1968-1985) and with Columbia Records (1944 and 1968), a great number of which sold quite well. Ormandy readily accommodated these companies' technical and economic needs, helping to make recordings in "record" time, and going along with whatever plans they had for producing a best-seller, however, gimmicky. The Orchestra also frequently went touring, in part to sell records, in part just for the added exposure, and many of their tours were historically quite significant. For instance, in making the 1949 tour to Great Britain, the Philadelphia Orchestra was the first American orchestra to play overseas since before the war. Other important tours included those to Finland in 1955 (when they met with Jean Sibelius), to Latin America (1966), to Japan (1967), and, perhaps most famously, to China (1973). While increasing the ranks of the Orchestra's overseas listeners, Ormandy also labored to obtain new audiences through the media of radio and television. In fact, the Philadelphia Orchestra was the first orchestra to appear in a televised broadcast, when on March 20, 1948, the CBS television network aired a live performance. In these and other areas Ormandy's efforts to keep the Orchestra in the public eye paid off, making the Philadelphia Orchestra one of the best known of the American orchestras.

Ormandy made such efforts not simply for profits, however, but also for the sake of music and the Orchestra's music-making capability. Keeping the Orchestra financially healthy enabled Ormandy to hire topnotch, even well-known players for the Orchestra and made possible the Orchestra Association's practice (which Ormandy established) of lending money to players, interest free, for the purchase of high quality instruments. And though he had a reputation for performing only conservative, crowd-pleasing (i.e., money-making) programs, the record shows something different. Indeed, Ormandy frequently played 20th-century composers and premiered works by such American composers as Samuel Barber, Aaron Copland, Walter Piston, and Richard Yardumian, to name a few. In addition to helping composers by performing their works, Ormandy frequently aided young performing artists. He ran conductors' workshops in the 1950s, worked directly with the Curtis Institute of Music student orchestra in the 1960s and 1970s while arranging to have other professional conductors do the same, and generally promoted any individual musician that he felt had promise. In fact, in 1972 Ormandy brought the then little known Riccardo Muti to Philadelphia to make his American debut; one of many young artists Ormandy assisted, Muti, of course, was to become the maestro's own successor.

Six years later Ormandy announced that he would retire at the end of the 1979-1980 season. By some accounts he had become somewhat sharper or more bitter in these years, and a shift in feelings towards his work seemed evidenced by such statements as th e following, written in a letter to his friend Earl Vincent Moore: "If we could steal a day between concerts we would fly down to see all of you but concert managers nowadays are cold blooded business men who have to fill in every day and the old horse has to keep on plugging" (December 2, 1976). There is some evidence that Ormandy had been running up against an increasingly u ncooperative management, but he must also have been discouraged by growing friction between himself and Orchestra members hoping for his retirement. At the same time the late 1970s saw a decrease of recording sessions with RCA, which, while it continued to make records with the Orchestra and its guest conductors, produced fewer new recordings with the aging maestro and tended instead to release previous Ormandy recordings from its archives, to his disappointment. Most of all, Ormandy was impeded by his own growing frailty. He had hip replacement surgery in 1970, which had sufficiently relieved the pain under which he had been operating to enable him to walk and to continue his work but did not eradicate that pain. There were other problems as well, such as an impairment of his vision, his hearing, and his once legendary memory. Yet Ormandy went on conducting even after his official 1980 retirement. He frequently appeared with the Philadelphia Orchestra as conductor laureate and guest conducted all over th e U.S. and in Europe, recreating the famed  "Philadelphia Sound" wherever he went. Ormandy gave his final concert at Carnegie Hall on January 10, 1984. Despite the onset during intermission of an illness that would put an end to his public appe arances, he completed the concert leading the Orchestra in a faultless performance of Béla Bártok's  Concerto for Orchestra, which he conducted from memory.

Ormandy's last ten to fifteen years were filled with honors, awards, and achievements. In 1970 he received the Presidential Medal of Freedom; in 1973 he made the historic trip to China with the Orchestra; he was knighted by Queen Elizabeth during a cel ebration of America's bicentennial; and he received the Golden Baton Award in 1979, the same year that both he and the Philadelphia Orchestra commemorated their 80th birthdays. The City of Philadelphia awarded him its Medal of Freedom in 1980, and he received Kennedy Center Honors in 1982. His life was one filled with such distinctions, and whatever the value of his accomplishment, there can be no denial that he worked hard for these honors. For 44 years he made the Philadelphia Orchestra his life, and he had little or no outside activities or pastimes. He had friendships, but many of his friends were musicians with whom he worked in some capacity. Socializing with non-musician friends often took the form of their driving Ormandy to a concert or sharing a box with his wife. Mrs. Ormandy herself, even in that most private and personal of relationships, had in a sense become a business partner to her husband. Her own early comments on this matter are telling: upon marriage she thought she might teach her new husband "how to play," but instead, she said,  "he taught me how to work" (  Newsweek, March 2, 1953, p.55). It is no exaggeration to say work was truly his life. Thus there is something quite fitting ab out the fact that so few biographic details are known about Ormandy outside of the professional arena, for he clearly made no distinctions between the personal and professional aspects of his existence.

Biography/History

Eugene Ormandy, born in Budapest in 1899, grew up Jenö Blau, first son of Benjamin Blau, who began training his son on the violin at an early age. A musical prodigy with perfect pitch, he studied as a child at the Royal Academy of Music under the tutelage of his namesake, Jenö Hubay. By the age of 17 Ormandy had not only graduated (three years prior) but was teaching at this same academy, and soon thereafter he began touring Europe as a soloist. In 1920, after a concert in Vienna, two American entrepreneurs, who claimed to be concert agents, persuaded Ormandy to come and concertize in America, where they promised to procure for him 300 performing venues and to pay him a total of $30,000 in fees. Ormandy accepted the offer, anxious to go to the United States, where opportunities for musicians seemed to abound.

Upon his arrival in New York in December, 1921, however, the promised contract evaporated. In need of money, Ormandy found a job with the orchestra of the Capitol Theater, a movie house that featured musical concerts as well as silent movies with live musical accompaniment. Ormandy rose in the ranks quickly, becoming concertmaster within a week of taking the job. By 1926, having occasionally substituted for the conductor Erno Rapee, Ormandy had become the Capitol Orchestra's associate music director. In that capacity he was eventually discovered by the manager, Arthur Judson, who, taking the young conductor into his stable of performers, began to employ him in the Dutch Master Hour and other radio programs. Judson also began booking important live performances for him. In 1929 Ormandy appeared at the Lewisohn Stadium in New York, conducting the New York Philharmonic-Symphony, and in 1930 he made his conductorial debut in Philadelphia, where he conducted the city's orchestra at the Robin Hood Dell. Over the next year several subsequent Philadelphia appearances included a successful two week guest engagement substituting for Arturo Toscanini, who had been suddenly taken ill at the start of the fall season. As a result, the Philadelphia Orchestra's administrators, who had begun thinking about a successor to Leopold Stokowski, invited Ormandy back as guest conductor many more times over the next few years.

Ormandy had, in the meantime, become engaged by the Minneapolis Symphony as its conductor. From 1931 to 1936 Ormandy did what he could to improve the orchestra and to bring it into more national prominence. Ormandy, with the help of Judson, obtained a recording contract with RCA Victor, and soon this Midwestern orchestra was the most recorded orchestra in the country. Though neither Ormandy nor the players received extra compensation for their recordings, the orchestra and perhaps particularly Ormandy profited from the increased publicity produced by their popular recordings. Ormandy and the Minneapolis Symphony were the first in the United States to record Mahler's Symphony No. 4, Rachmaninoff's No. 2, and Sibelius' No. 1.

When Ormandy's five-year contract with Minneapolis ended, the Philadelphia Orchestra invited him to become its co-conductor, an invitation Ormandy readily accepted. For the next four years Ormandy shared the podium with Leopold Stokowski, an arrangement that apparently went smoothly enough, even after Ormandy was made music director in 1938. When Stokowski finally left, at the end of the 1940-1941 season, Ormandy made no big adjustments in programming or in the management of the Orchestra.

But these years, however successful professionally, were decades of personal challenge and even upheaval for the maestro. He had married professional harpist Stephanie Goldner in 1922, who gave up a position with the New York Philharmonic in 1931 to join her husband in the Midwest. The couple twice had babies that subsequently died of RH complications. Furthermore, with the advent of World War II and then, later, the Soviet occupation, Ormandy expended no small effort and money assisting family, friends, and friends of friends out of Europe, many of whom he put up at his own home (at one time the Ormandy's lived in a house in Wynnewood that they called "Journey's End," where they accommodated some of the emigrés). Among those he helped were members of his wife's own family, emigrating from Austria. Yet despite all the couple had been through together in these decades, or perhaps because of it, Ormandy and his wife Stephanie divorced in 1947. In 1950 he married Margaret (Gretel) Frances Hitsch.

While the new Mrs. Ormandy devoted herself to her husband, he devoted himself to the Orchestra. This is not to say that he did not care about the people in his life. Indeed he dedicated himself to the welfare of his brother, Martin, whom he assisted financially and professionally (Ormandy was estranged from his other brother Laszlo). He kept in touch with family back in Hungary, telephoning and sending money whenever he could, and he also continued to assist his first wife and her family. In 1952 Mrs. Ormandy and he also unofficially "adopted" a young Austrian woman from Czechoslovakia named Renata Huebscher (later Harrison); the Ormandys helped put her through Bryn Mawr College and remained close to her after she married. Thus in many respects, Ormandy's familial relationships seem to have been fairly simply defined; though his work generally came first, he used his earnings and his position to help anyone for whom he cared. The only return he apparently expected was loyalty. And he had need for family loyalty and affection during two difficult occasions in the 1960s. The first one involved an automobile accident in which both Ormandy and his wife were terribly injured, and from which it took them months to recover. The second incident was the death of Stephanie Ormandy in 1962 from cancer. In these instances, family and friends, including members of his first wife's family, rallied to lend their support.

In contrast with these relationships, his relationship to the Orchestra, his other "family," was more complex. He liked to view himself as a kind of father or uncle to the Orchestra members, to whom he was often quite loyal, personally. He helped individuals through illness and personal problems, assisted players with obtaining loans, raises or bonuses from management, and threw the Orchestra lavish parties once a year. In general, however, he aligned himself with the Orchestra Association or Board when it came to general employment policy; he, for instance, asked all the Orchestra members to go back to work during the strike of 1966 and refused otherwise to get involved. Many say that in this instance and others, Ormandy could not, in any case, have had much influence with the Board and therefore had no choice but to take a neutral, middle ground. Yet one can easily believe--and there is evidence that some players did--that because for Ormandy work and the business of orchestra management were so important, he would not have sided with players even if he had had more ability to affect Board policies. Likewise there are those who, in remembering Ormandy, have described him as a kind of factory foreman, particularly with regard to the production and sales of orchestra recordings. Certainly it can be said that he put the Orchestra's financial well-being and reputation above all other considerations, a priority that sometimes brought him into conflict with the instrumentalists.

Ormandy was known for his business acumen, practicality, and efficiency, traits perhaps developed in his early days as movie-house maestro and radio performer. In the 44 years of his Philadelphia tenure, he and the Orchestra made many recordings with RCA (1936-1943, 1968-1985) and with Columbia Records (1944 and 1968), a great number of which sold quite well. Ormandy readily accommodated these companies' technical and economic needs, helping to make recordings in "record" time, and going along with whatever plans they had for producing a best-seller, however, gimmicky. The Orchestra also frequently went touring, in part to sell records, in part just for the added exposure, and many of their tours were historically quite significant. For instance, in making the 1949 tour to Great Britain, the Philadelphia Orchestra was the first American orchestra to play overseas since before the war. Other important tours included those to Finland in 1955 (when they met with Jean Sibelius), to Latin America (1966), to Japan (1967), and, perhaps most famously, to China (1973). While increasing the ranks of the Orchestra's overseas listeners, Ormandy also labored to obtain new audiences through the media of radio and television. In fact, the Philadelphia Orchestra was the first orchestra to appear in a televised broadcast, when on March 20, 1948, the CBS television network aired a live performance. In these and other areas Ormandy's efforts to keep the Orchestra in the public eye paid off, making the Philadelphia Orchestra one of the best known of the American orchestras.

Ormandy made such efforts not simply for profits, however, but also for the sake of music and the Orchestra's music-making capability. Keeping the Orchestra financially healthy enabled Ormandy to hire topnotch, even well-known players for the Orchestra and made possible the Orchestra Association's practice (which Ormandy established) of lending money to players, interest free, for the purchase of high quality instruments. And though he had a reputation for performing only conservative, crowd-pleasing (i.e., money-making) programs, the record shows something different. Indeed, Ormandy frequently played 20th-century composers and premiered works by such American composers as Samuel Barber, Aaron Copland, Walter Piston, and Richard Yardumian, to name a few. In addition to helping composers by performing their works, Ormandy frequently aided young performing artists. He ran conductors' workshops in the 1950s, worked directly with the Curtis Institute of Music student orchestra in the 1960s and 1970s while arranging to have other professional conductors do the same, and generally promoted any individual musician that he felt had promise. In fact, in 1972 Ormandy brought the then little known Riccardo Muti to Philadelphia to make his American debut; one of many young artists Ormandy assisted, Muti, of course, was to become the maestro's own successor.

Six years later Ormandy announced that he would retire at the end of the 1979-1980 season. By some accounts he had become somewhat sharper or more bitter in these years, and a shift in feelings towards his work seemed evidenced by such statements as the following, written in a letter to his friend Earl Vincent Moore: "If we could steal a day between concerts we would fly down to see all of you but concert managers nowadays are cold blooded business men who have to fill in every day and the old horse has to keep on plugging" (December 2, 1976). There is some evidence that Ormandy had been running up against an increasingly uncooperative management, but he must also have been discouraged by growing friction between himself and Orchestra members hoping for his retirement. At the same time the late 1970s saw a decrease of recording sessions with RCA, which, while it continued to make records with the Orchestra and its guest conductors, produced fewer new recordings with the aging maestro and tended instead to release previous Ormandy recordings from its archives, to his disappointment. Most of all, Ormandy was impeded by his own growing frailty. He had hip replacement surgery in 1970, which had sufficiently relieved the pain under which he had been operating to enable him to walk and to continue his work but did not eradicate that pain. There were other problems as well, such as an impairment of his vision, his hearing, and his once legendary memory. Yet Ormandy went on conducting even after his official 1980 retirement. He frequently appeared with the Philadelphia Orchestra as conductor laureate and guest conducted all over the U.S. and in Europe, recreating the famed "Philadelphia Sound" wherever he went. Ormandy gave his final concert at Carnegie Hall on January 10, 1984. Despite the onset during intermission of an illness that would put an end to his public appearances, he completed the concert leading the Orchestra in a faultless performance of Béla Bártok's Concerto for Orchestra, which he conducted from memory.

Ormandy's last ten to fifteen years were filled with honors, awards, and achievements. In 1970 he received the Presidential Medal of Freedom; in 1973 he made the historic trip to China with the Orchestra; he was knighted by Queen Elizabeth during a celebration of America's bicentennial; and he received the Golden Baton Award in 1979, the same year that both he and the Philadelphia Orchestra commemorated their 80th birthdays. The City of Philadelphia awarded him its Medal of Freedom in 1980, and he received Kennedy Center Honors in 1982. His life was one filled with such distinctions, and whatever the value of his accomplishment, there can be no denial that he worked hard for these honors. For 44 years he made the Philadelphia Orchestra his life, and he had little or no outside activities or pastimes. He had friendships, but many of his friends were musicians with whom he worked in some capacity. Socializing with non-musician friends often took the form of their driving Ormandy to a concert or sharing a box with his wife. Mrs. Ormandy herself, even in that most private and personal of relationships, had in a sense become a business partner to her husband. Her own early comments on this matter are telling: upon marriage she thought she might teach her new husband "how to play," but instead, she said, "he taught me how to work" ( Newsweek, March 2, 1953, p.55). It is no exaggeration to say work was truly his life. Thus there is something quite fitting ab out the fact that so few biographic details are known about Ormandy outside of the professional arena, for he clearly made no distinctions between the personal and professional aspects of his existence.

Biography/History

Leopold Anthony Stokowski was born April 18, 1882 in London and become one of the best-known conductors of the 20th century. Stokowski conducted symphony orchestras across the world from 1909 until his death in 1977. A full biographical sketch can be found in the finding aid for the Leopold Stokowski papers.

Biography/History

German composer and conductor Max Bruch was born in Cologne, Germany in 1838. He held the post of music director at the courts of Koblenz and Sondershausen as well as conducting positions in Berlin, Liverpool, and Breslau. Toward the end of his life, he taught composition at the Hochschule für Musik in Berlin. He was much influenced by the music of Schumann and Mendelssohn and was a critic of the New German School of Wagner and Liszt. He is best known for his first violin concerto in G minor, op. 26, which has become a staple in the repertory. He died in Berlin in 1920.

Rose and Ottilie Sutro were born in Baltimore, MD (1870 and 1872, respectively), the daughters of Otto Sutro, an organist, composer and conductor, and Arianna Handy, a pianist and singer, who gave the girls their first piano lessons. Together they studied piano under Karl Heinrich Barth at the Hochschule für Musik in Berlin. They made their debut as duo pianists in London in 1894 followed by their American debut in Brooklyn the same year. They toured the United States and Europe and played for the likes of Queen Victoria. In 1904, Ottilie injured her hand, and did not play for six years. They premiered Amy Beach's Suite for two pianos, op. 104 in 1924, a piece which is dedicated to them. They were one of the first to be considered a duo piano team. Rose died in 1959 and Ottilie in 1970.

Born in 1933, pianist Nathan Alexander Twining, is the son of Nathan Farragut Twining, US Air Force General and Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff (1957-1960), and Maude McKeever Twining. Because of his father's military career, Nathan, Jr.'s childhood was spent in many parts of the United States and he did not learn to play piano until he was 17 years old. He graduated from the Oberlin Conservatory of Music in 1959 where he studied under Joseph Hungate and made his debut with the Tulsa Philharmonic Orchestra under the direction of Vladimir Golschmann in 1959. However, his career as a concert pianist was short lived and he turned to land development south of Albuquerque, New Mexico, which brought him a considerable fortune. He was president of the Twining Corporation, the Twining Drilling Corporation, and the Twining Energy Corporation.

The history of Max Bruch's Concerto for two pianos and orchestra, op. 88a, is unusual and somewhat complicated. It was written by Bruch in 1915 and based on his Suite no. 3 for orchestra with organ. That work was inspired by the sounds of a Corpus Christi procession heard by Bruch while he was visiting the Isle of Capri in 1904. The arrangement into a two-piano concerto seems to have been inspired by his acquaintance with Rose and Ottilie Sutro, a duo piano team of sisters from Baltimore who had performed his Fantasy in D minor for two pianos, op. 11, in 1911. According to program notes from the concerto's premiere, Bruch had the idea for the piece on February 6, 1915, began composing the work on February 10, 1915, and completed it on March 27, 1915, dedicating it to the Sutro sisters, "whom I love and value." The sisters, with Bruch playing at a third piano, read through the piece for the first time on April 2, 1915. On April 20, 1915, Bruch told American music critic Arthur Abell that the piece was meant "only for America," and that "I will neither permit the work to be performed nor printed here in its form as a piano concerto," presumably because he intended to promote its progenitor, the orchestral suite, in Europe. On April 24, 1915, the Sutro sisters participated in a private performance of the piece by the Berlin Philharmonic, under the direction of the composer. On December 29 and 30, 1916, the concerto received its world premiere performance by the Philadelphia Orchestra under the direction of Leopold Stokowski, with the Sutro sisters as soloists. In reviewing the performance, the Philadelphia Evening Public Ledger wrote "It is not the sort of thing most pianists would choose for a display of their mettle. Their part in it was submerged often, and so it was not easy to tell just what the artistic calibre of the Misses Sutro is. They would appear to be finished and accurate, without a great deal of passionate intensity or vigour of phrasing." On the afternoon of November 30, 1917 the sisters gave another performance with the New York Philharmonic under the direction of Josef Stransky. The New York  Sun stated that "The Misses Sutro, to whom the concerto is dedicated, played it with apparent devotion, but through an insufficient sympathy between them and the orchestra there was some lack, especially in the last movement, of unanimity and precision." In each of these performances it is believed that what the sisters performed was not the concerto precisely as written by Bruch, but a version heavily arranged by the sisters, as evidenced in the scores and parts that survive and are part of this collection. Apparently, Bruch gave them the sole performing rights to the concerto and they rewrote the work themselves to suit their pianistic abilities. On this issue, Bruch biographer Christopher Fifield states, "Ottilie and Rose Sutro were either not particularly good pianists or perhaps not very powerful ones... for it appears that they proceeded to tear the Concerto to pieces, reorchestrate it, simplify the piano parts and generally restructure the work." In 1916, the sisters copyrighted their version of the score and submitted it to the Library of Congress; subsequently and mysteriously, the submission was withdrawn. The concerto was not heard again and its music not seen again for over 50 years.

In 1970, Ottilie Sutro died in Baltimore, outliving her sister Rose by 13 years. Her effects were auctioned in January 1971, and pianist Nathan Twining purchased a box of unknown music manuscripts for the sum of $11, which included the autograph score of the Concerto (its whereabouts presently unknown, it is not a part of this collection). Twining subsequently contacted other auction goers and was able to piece together additional scores, parts and miscellaneous related sketches found in the collection today. Twining is said to have reconstructed the piece in such as way as to have reclaimed Bruch's original version. He was assisted in this effort by fellow pianist Martin Berkofsky and West Chester State College professor Jacques Voois, with support from the National Endowment for the Arts and the Gramma Fisher Foundation in Marshalltown, Iowa. In preparation for performance and recording and to assist in notating the parts, the Concerto was read by the orchestra of West Chester State College under the direction of Jacques Voois in 1971. It was later played by the orchestra at the Peabody Institute of Music, also under Voois, in 1972. In 1973, Twining and Berkofsky recorded the work with the London Symphony Orchestra, Antal Doráti conducting. In 1975, after Berkofsky prepared to perform the work again with the National Symphony Orchestra and the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, Twining brought suit against Berkofsky in the Circuit Court for Baltimore for violation of copyright ( Twining v. Berkofsky, Civil. No. HM75-869). Contacting Bruch's heirs in Germany, Berkofsky obtained power of attorney for them, and registered the work in Bruch's name in the United States. The court dismissed Twining's case and the work has gone on to receive several other performances and recordings. It has been published in three-piano form by Simrock, Bruch's original publisher, and is available for full orchestra as a rental from Boosey & Hawkes.

Formally, the piece is in four movements, though the program from the New York performance arranges it into just three: The first movement in E-flat minor is marked Andante sostenuto and is followed without pause by the second movement,  Andante con moto--Allegro, in E major. The third movement,  Adagio ma non troppo begins in B major and is followed by the final movement,  Andante--Allegro, in A-flat major.

Sources: "Bruch, Max (Christian Friedrich)" in Oxford Music Online; liner notes for Bruch: Concerto for Two Pianos and Orchestra on E.M.I. Records, 1974; correspondence with John Lubrano of Lubrano Music Antiquarians; correspondence and interview with Jacques Voois; Christopher Fifield,  Max Bruch: His Life and Works (New York: George Braziller, 1988); Martin Berkofsky papers at Georgetown University Library Special Collections Research Center; Jacques Voois, "The Case of the Disappearing Double Piano Concerto: A Tale of Intrigue in which a College Orchestra becomes Involved in Rescuing Max Bruch's Opus 88 from Undeserved Oblivion,"  Symphony News (June 1974): 10-13.

Scope and Contents

This collection documents Dr. Irvin Stein's relationship with Eugene Ormandy, the conductor of the Philadelphia Orchestra, and Stein's efforts to memorialize Ormandy's accomplishments following his death through the Eugene Ormandy Memorial of the University of Pennsylvania Libraries. In this collection, researchers will find articles and press releases relating to Eugene Ormandy, dating from 1953 to 1988. The majority of articles, however, date to 1971, when Dr. Stein operated on Ormandy's hip, "creating a new joint" and correcting an injury that occurred when Ormandy was playing soccer in Hungary around 1916 and which left Ormandy limping for more than 55 years. Also relating to this surgery is memorabilia from the Lily Ball (benefiting the Easter Seal Society) at which Ormandy was awarded "The Gallantry Award" and Dr. Stein was awarded "The Rehabilitation Physician of the Year Award." Other articles and press releases document the Philadelphia Orchestra following Ormandy's death.

There is a small amount of correspondence between Ormandy and Stein, the bulk relating to Stein's request, on behalf of the board of the Philadelphia Orchestra, that Ormandy conduct a concert of the Philadelphia Chamber Orchestra. Ormandy's refusal is documented in several drafts and two personal letters of explanation to Stein. There are also two letters from Ormandy's wife, Gretel, to Stein after Ormandy's death.

Finally, researchers will find documentation of the efforts made to create the Eugene Ormandy Memorial of the University of Pennsylvania Libraries. Stein served on the founding committee and the collection includes a newspaper article regarding the gift of Ormandy's archival material at Penn in 1988 as well as correspondence relating to meetings, contributions, and benefit concerts and a few programs for the benefit concerts.

Scope and Contents

This collection consists of 663 sound recordings, largely of classical music performed by the Philadelphia Orchestra, conducted by Eugene Ormandy. The collection is arranged in alphabetical order by composer, or occasionally by the title of the recording when multiple composers or a themed recording was created.

Scope and Contents

This is a collection of oral history interviews conducted with Eugene Ormandy and others connected to him and to the Philadelphia Orchestra during his tenure there. The interviews were conducted between 1969 and 1997 (bulk: 1990-1993) and interviewees include Philadelphia Orchestra musicians, administrative staff, and board members, as well as composers, conductors, critics, music producers, and other professional colleagues, in addition to family and friends.

These interviews (a total of 90 interviews with 87 individuals, some of whom were interviewed together) were conducted by Sharon Eisenhour, John Bewley, Herbert Kupfeberg, Morris Henken, George Diehl, and Marjorie Hassen. The oral histories cover a wide range of topics including the relationships between musicians, composers, conductors, trustees, etc.; the personal histories and experiences of individuals both at the Philadelphia Orchestra and elsewhere; Ormandy's personal and professional characteristics; Ormandy’s impact on the Philadelphia Orchestra and the "Philadelphia Sound;" the transitions in leadership from Leopold Stokowski to Ormandy and from Ormandy to Riccardo Muti; and opinions and anecdotes about other prominent people in the music world. The audio cassettes of the interviews are currently restricted, but all recordings have been transcribed and most transcripts are available for access. Researchers interested in the audio should contact the Kislak Center for more information.

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The correspondence, administrative papers, and memorabilia of Eugene Ormandy contained in this collection were given to the University of Pennsylvania in 1987 by Mrs. Ormandy after her husband's death. Also included in this donation were commercial sound recordings of Ormandy conducting. The University received Ormandy's photographs from Mrs. Ormandy at the same time, while it also acquired his collection of musical scores from the Philadelphia Orchestra library and broadcast recordings of the Philadelphia Orchestra (1960-1981) from the radio station WFLN. Scholars studying Ormandy should be made aware, moreover, of the Eugene Ormandy Oral History Collection, which is located, along with the Ormandy Papers, in the Department of Special Collections at the University of Pennsylvania Library. Additional contributors to the collection of Ormandy papers include Charles P. Balant, Mrs. C. Wanton Balis, Nadia Koutzen, George and Lucile Lynn, Vivian Perlis, Joseph and Joyce Stein, and Isaac Stern.

The bulk of this collection comprises the correspondence of Eugene Ormandy, whose daily routine included the writing of both personal and orchestra-related correspondence. There are also letters written on Ormandy's behalf by his secretaries, particularly Mary Krouse, and by Orchestra management, and, of course, letters from Ormandy's correspondents. Ormandy preserved much of his outgoing correspondence in the form of carbons and saved originals and at times also photocopies of incoming correspondence. Most of the General Correspondence dates from the 1950s through the 1980s, though an occasional letter from previous decades may be found. Some notable correspondents of the 1930s and 1940s include Ormandy's mentor, Jenö Hubay; Leopold Stokowski, whose letters suggest something of the nature of his working relationship with Ormandy; Stokowski's wife, Olga Samaroff Stokowski, who championed Ormandy as successor to the conductorship; Alma Mahler-Werfel, with whom Ormandy consulted regarding Mahler's work; Albert Einstein, who asked Ormandy to help violinist Boris Schwarz obtain his entry visa to the U.S.; composers such as Sergei Prokofiev, Percy Grainger, Sergei Rachmaninoff; and soloists such as Fritz Kreisler, Lotte Lehmann, and Lauritz Melchior.

Personal correspondence with family members such as Ormandy's brother Martin, along with the Elbogens, Mariedi Anders, and the Forresters (all relatives of Ormandy's first wife, Stephanie) reveal Ormandy's deep involvement with his family as well as his willingness to help them, particularly with their careers when music was involved. The correspondence also includes letters exchanged with close friends in and outside of Philadelphia, many of whom were musicians. Deeply personal exchanges between Orman dy and such artists as Antal Dorati, Nadia Koutzen, Zoltán Kodály, David Oistrahk (and his wife), Sviatoslav Richter (as well as his mother Anna Richter), Rudolf Serkin, and Isaac Stern may be found in this series, as well as letters with friends just as important to Ormandy if somewhat less famous.

Also of important for the light it sheds on Ormandy's personal life and relationships is his correspondence with his attorneys, R. Sturgis Ingersoll, Harold Stern, and J. Barton Harrison. These reflect such events as Ormandy's divorce from his first wi fe in 1947, an automobile accident in 1960 in which both he and Mrs. Ormandy were seriously injured, and the death of Stephanie Ormandy from cancer in 1962. This correspondence also contains information about the handling of contracts (including a change in Ormandy's business arrangements with Arthur Judson in 1962), taxes, royalty compensations, insurance arrangements, wills and the like. Ormandy's correspondence with his doctors gives some idea of the physical obstacles with which he had to cope over the course of his career as well as the concern he displayed towards friends and associates, whom he frequently referred to his own physicians and specialists.

In addition, this general series includes occasional administrative correspondence with Board members and Academy of Music management, particularly when the import of that correspondence is more personal than business-related (the bulk of the administr ative correspondence, however, is contained within the Interoffice Correspondence series). For example, correspondence with David Eastburn, who became president of the Board in 1978, has been retained in general correspondence, in part because some of it dates from before his presidency and also because some of it is personal. Letters between Ormandy and Stuart Loucheim, manager of the Academy of Music in the 1950s, has also been left in general correspondence. Occasional notes between Ormandy and his staff, which would normally be filed with interoffice material, remain with general correspondence when they concern attached letters from an outside correspondent and would lose their meaning when separated from the context created by these letters.

While correspondence with the Orchestra's management has been largely separated from the general correspondence, Ormandy or the Orchestra Association's letters to and from individual Orchestra members, the Orchestra Members' Committee (or the Orchestra as a whole), members' attorneys and their union representatives are filed with general correspondence. These letters often reflect the shifting nature of the relationship between Orchestra management and Orchestra players, particularly letters dated from the 1960s, when the discontentment of the players led twice to strikes. Complex new dynamics resulted from certain contractual changes made in this decade, changes that included increasing the Orchestra's performance season to 52 weeks and requiring play ers to give up most moonlighting or extra-Orchestra performing activities. Such activities, once a source of supplemental income when players worked fewer weeks, now came to be seen as competition with the Orchestra. Some sense of these dynamics can be ap prehended in correspondences with such Orchestra members as Anshel Brusilow or Henry Charles Smith, both of whom became interested in conducting their own orchestras, or with the members of the Philadelphia String Quartet--Charles Brennand, Irwin Eisenberg, Alan Iglitzin, Veda Reynolds, Orchestra members who suddenly resigned in order to pursue their ensemble playing elsewhere. Also of interest might be letters to and pertaining to Schima Kaufman, a violinist whose firing in 1962 stirred up some hard feelings among Orchestra members. Files related to the Kaufman matter include those containing the correspondence of Orchestra Committee members Michael Bookspan, Leonard Hale, Gilbert Eney, and Alan Iglitzin, who each wrote on behalf of Kaufman. Correspondence with Morgan, Lewis and Bockius (the Orchestra Association's attorneys) and with the American Federation of Musicians, Local 77 (Philadelphia) sheds additional light on this situation.

As conductor, Ormandy not only had a hand in firing of Orchestra members but also in the hiring, as well as planning the season programming and guest artists. The collection, therefore, contains correspondence both with instrumentalists (or often their agents and mentors) who hoped for the possibility of joining the Orchestra and also with young soloists who wrote to him seeking advice and/or auditions. Correspondence from the 1950s includes correspondence with amateur or inexperienced conductors who participated in the Conductors' Symposia led by Ormandy and the Philadelphia Orchestra and organized by the American Symphony Orchestra League (with whose staff he also communicated by letter). In addition Ormandy corresponded with established solo instrumentalists and vocalists, choir directors, and other conductors whom he had engaged or sought to engage for performances, as well as the agents handling su ch artists. (In general, correspondence with artists' agents or legal representatives may be found under the particular artists' names rather than that of the agent, although there are materials filed under Columbia Artists Management, Thea Dispeker, Hurok Attractions, and other agents where the letters do not concern simply a single artist.)

In planning his season programs, Ormandy would also often commission works from composers, and there is correspondence concerning these commissions and particularly two specific commissioning projects. The earlier project involved money donated by Reverend Theodore Pitcairn of Philadelphia and anonymously given to one composer each year for five years, starting in 1960. The first of the Pitcairn commissions was accepted by Walter Piston, who wrote his Pulitzer Prize-winning Seventh Symphony as a result. Other commissioned composers for whom there are correspondence files include Aaron Copland (who several years after accepting the commission changed his mind), Peter Mennin, William Schuman, Roger Sessions, and Richard Yardumian. Copland also initially participated in another big commissioning project that was planned for the 1976 Bicentennial year and funded by the National Endowment for the Arts. When Copland backed out of this commission, Ormandy asked Leslie Bassett to take his place. Along with the Philadelphia Orchestra, the Boston Symphony Orchestra, the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, the Cleveland Orchestra, the Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra, and the New York Philharmonic helped to coordinate the Bicentennial project. Composers involved in the project besides Bassett included John Cage, Elliott Carter, David Del Tredici, Jacob Druckman, and Morton Subotnick. Independent of the NEA's sponsorship, Ormandy also sought to obtain for the Philadelphia Orchestra's 75th anniversary and its Bicentennial celebration commissioned works from Samuel Barber, Benjamin Britten, Pierre Boulez, Norman Dello Joio, David Del Tredici, and Alberto Ginastera. With these and other commissions Ormandy often experienced frustration in trying to get composers to finish their work in a timely manner, and his correspondence with Copland, Ginastera, and Bernstein, among others, offers a revealing glimpse into the difficulties of both the conductor and composer in accomplishing their respective jobs.

Also complicating the picture for Ormandy when attempting to plan a season's performances was a consideration of the possibility of recording these works. The maestro's correspondence first with Columbia, starting in the 1950s, and later with RCA (and still later, upon his retirement, with Angel/EMI, Delos and the Franklin Mint Record Society) reflects the behind-the-scenes scheduling arrangement and negotiations about which Orchestra performances of any given season might be recorded. The letters also provide information about record sales and royalties, as well as insights into Ormandy's relations with some of the biggest names in the recording business: David Oppenheim, Goddard Lieberson, Thomas Frost, Leonard Burkat, John McClure, Jay David Saks, a nd Thomas Shepard.

If the 1950s found the Philadelphia Orchestra producing more and more records, it was a decade when Ormandy also labored to gain radio and television exposure for the Orchestra. Of course, the Orchestra's relationship with Philadelphia radio station WFLN is well known, and it was through this association that in 1979 Ormandy received that year's Broadcast Pioneer of the Year Award; the collection holds a letter from Raymond Green, president of WFLN, regarding this award. As such a "pioneer," Ormandy was keenly interested in making the Orchestra visible on public or educational television, and his correspondence in this series with the National Educational Television and Radio Center as well as with Philadelphia's own WHYY suggests how hard he worked to find the Orchestra an appropriate television showcase. These letters also provide an interesting record of public television's early organization and broadcast strategies. Also pertaining to broadcasting is additional correspondence with the big three networks (ABC, CBS, NBC), individual television stations such as WCAU, WRCV, WFIL, and WGBH, and international television companies such as the British Broadcasting Corporation, Österreichischer Rundfunk, the International Educational Broadcasting Corporation and the International Television Trading Corporation (or Unitel, with which Ormandy produced several programs). Ormandy or his secretaries kept this correspondence together with letters written to many te levision agents, producer-writers and production companies: Julius Seebach and Ralph Mann (both of whom acted as the Orchestra's television agents), Bob Banner Associates, Ross-McElroy Productions, Curtis Davis, Film House Company, Ted Mills, Theodore de Rittberg, Edwin Schloss, David Susskind's Talent Associates, Teleprompter Corporation, Triangle Publications, Trident Films, the William Morris Agency, and Young and Rubicam. Further correspondence relating to broadcast media may be found in the folders f or Victor Borge, Carnegie Hall, Ted Cott, Roger Englander, the Franz Liszt Sesquicentennial Committee, Martyn Green, Danny Kaye, Morris Kinnan, Michael David Lies, Nora Maloney, Abraham Marcus, Earl V. Moore, Cyril Pitts, Rudolph Polk, Proctor and Gamble, Bill Snyder, Ed Sullivan, Howard Taubman, the University of Southern California, and James C. Weaver.

In order to perform any music, whether it was in the recording and broadcast studios or the concert hall, scores had to be obtained from such music presses as Associated Music Publishers, Belwin Mills, Boosey and Hawkes, Carl Fischer, and Theodore Pres ser when the Orchestra's own library did not have the music. Much correspondence took place between Ormandy and these companies regarding both the acquisition of music and Ormandy's royalty income from rentals of his musical transcriptions that these pres ses owned. In 1961 Ormandy decided to give to the Philadelphia Orchestra his personal music library, which contained his transcriptions, printed scores with Ormandy's markings for performance, and unedited printed works. Because the staff of Carl Fischer, Inc. assisted with the arrangements for having the collection appraised for tax purposes, correspondence regarding this appraisal, as well as the appraisal itself, may be found in the Carl Fischer folder. Additional correspondence relating to this matter is located in the folder of Theodore Seder, curator of the Free Library's Edwin Fleisher Music Collection, who served as one of the appraisers.

Ormandy's efforts to perform and record Deryck Cooke's arrangement of Mahler's unfinished Symphony No. 10 took place under an unusually complicated set of circumstances involving both a music press (Associated Music Publishers) and recording company (C olumbia). In this situation, Cooke, with Mrs. Werfel's apparent blessing, promised Ormandy the American premiere of the symphony without consulting Associated Music Publishers (AMP), which held the rights to the score. Columbia Records expressed interest in recording the piece with Ormandy, but only if he performed the premiere. AMP meanwhile had other ideas about the matter of first performance, and only after a great deal of lengthy negotiation was Ormandy able to have his premiere, which took place Nov ember 5, 1965. This history, as well as information about the eventual performance and reception of the work, can be pieced together and fleshed out by looking at correspondence with not only Cooke, AMP, and Columbia, but also Alma Mahler Werfel, music critic Jerry Bruck, and musicologists C. A. Carpenter, Jack Diether, W. Parks Grant, and William Malloch.

Mahler's works were frequently performed by the Philadelphia Orchestra, beginning as far back as 1916, when Stokowski conducted the U.S. premiere of Mahler's Symphony No. 8, the Symphony of a Thousand. Over the course of his long career, Ormandy tried three times to pull together a performance of Mahler's 8th, once in 1947, later in the early 1960s and then in the early 1970s. Correspondence relating to these efforts, and the challenges involved in staging such a production , may be found in the following files: Bach Festival Society, Anabelle Bernard, Marian Boyer, Columbia Records, Columbus Boychoir, Clyde Dengler, Jack Diether, Henry Drinker, Mignon Dunn, Rosalind Elias, Eileen Farrell, W. Parks Grant, Janice Harsanyi, John Herrick, Ruth Hesse, Jerome Hines, Richard Lewis, Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, George London, the Mormon Tabernacle Choir, Leontyne Price, Judith Raskin, Gertrude Ribla, Sylvan Richter, St. Peter's Choir School, Singing City, Temple Universi ty Choir, Giorgio Tozzi, University of Pennsylvania Choral Society, Valley Forge Military Academy, Westminster Choir College, and William Penn Charter School.

Planning even ordinary seasonal performances required that Ormandy coordinate not just performers, composers, recording companies, and music publishers, but also other musical organizations, symphony associations, and concert halls in order to plan the Orchestra's out-of-town appearances and Ormandy's own guest engagements. This collection includes correspondence with the management of performing arts centers or performance events at which the Orchestra regularly appeared each season, such as Carnegie Hall, the annual Ann Arbor May Festival (sponsored by the University of Michigan's University Musical Society) and Saratoga Summer Festival (at the Saratoga Performing Arts Center). Ormandy also worked closely with the Curtis Institute of Music, particularly during the years of Rudolph Serkin's tenure as director (1968-1976), and his correspondence with the Institute's administrators, teachers and students, and with outside conductors and soloists whom he persuaded to rehearse or concertize with the student orchestra, indicates the extent of his service to this music academy.

Part of keeping the Orchestra running included the purchase and upkeep of instruments. In addition to correspondence with Orchestra players relating to loans for instruments, there is also correspondence with makers of fine instruments, as well as appraisers, tuners, and movers or shipping companies. A great deal of correspondence exists concerning the acquisition and installation of an organ in the Academy. Files pertaining to this matter include correspondence with Stuart Loucheim, organist E. Power Biggs, and Curtis founder, Mary Louise Zimbalist (previously Mary Louise Curtis Bok), who provided the funds for the purchase of the organ. In addition, there is correspondence with different makers of organs, including Baldwin Piano and Organ, M.P. Möller Company, and Aeolian-Skinner, which made the Academy's organ. Letters exchanged with Aeolian-Skinner are particularly interesting in that they provide in detail the organ's specifications and discuss the Academy of Music's problematic acoustics. Th e Academy's new organ made its debut with some fanfare on October 7, 1960. A similar flurry of activity and correspondence surrounds the acquisition of a harpsichord (see Bannister Harpsichord, Carl Fudge, Harry Madway, Robert Taylor, Caleb Warner, Wallac e Zuckerman) and a celesta (see Carroll Instruments, Kettner and Duwaer's Pianohandel, Plaza Sound Studios, and Schiedmayer Pianofortefabrik). Also see B. Eijbouts, J.C. Deagan, Inc., Herman Waage, and the Orchestre de Paris for information about Ormandy's attempts to get a particular kind of bell plates for the performance of Berlioz's Symphony Fantastique.

The Orchestra's tours also required a great deal of coordination, much of which was done by mail. Correspondence concerning tour arrangements might involve letters to or from hotels, travel or booking agents, and even government officials. For example, in the case of the 1958 tour to the Soviet Union, Ormandy corresponded with Thomas Llewellyn, the ambassador to the U.S.S.R. at that time, and before the 1973 tour to China, there were letters exchanged between Ormandy or his staff and the U.S. Information Agency, the U.S. Public Liaison Office, China's Liaison Office and its Ministry of Public Affairs.

This collection contains additional correspondence with city, state and federal government officials--mayors, congress members, presidents--as well as foreign ambassadors and heads of state, with whom Ormandy corresponded for a variety of reasons--from Ormandy's being enlisted to help in a cause to his receiving an award or recognition of some sort. Thus in this series there are letters to or from such personages as King Frederick IX of Denmark, King Olav V of Norway, Princess Grace of Monaco, Princess Irene of Greece, several U.S. Presidents--including Kennedy, Nixon, Carter, and Reagan, plus Vice President Hubert Humphrey, Secretary of State George Schultz, Senators Hugh Scott and John Tunney, Congressman Fred Richmond, and Philadelphia Mayors Rizzo and Green.

Included as well in this correspondence series are letters to or from colleges and universities relating to the hiring of (usually former) Orchestra members as faculty, the organization of special commemorative or musical events and festivals, and the awarding to Ormandy of honorary degrees. There are also letters from a variety of social, political, educational and arts organizations requesting that Ormandy serve on their boards or otherwise seeking his support. With his extremely high public profile and his self-consciousness about his height and build, Ormandy frequently wore clothing that was custom-made for him; correspondence with clothiers or relating to his wardrobe includes letters to Austin Reed Ltd.; Albion House Ltd.; Bath & Closet Shoppe; George Straith Ltd.; Hogg, Sons &; J. B. Johnstone; James Lock & Co.; Kilgour, French and Stansbury; Anna Lohwieser; The London Shop; Renauld; William Schmidt; Scotts Ltd.; Simpson Clothes, Inc.; T. Hodgkinson, Ltd.; and Witlin and Gallagher. Finally, there is a great deal of fan mail represented in the collection, mail from both famous and unknown music lovers who wrote in praise of performances, broadcasts, and records; wrote to congratulate Ormandy on his achievements; and sent requests for autographs and souvenirs.

Interoffice Correspondence includes letters, memos, and notes between Ormandy and the Orchestra Association's staff--especially his secretary and Orchestra managers--as well as important Board members. Here too are memos exch anged between staff members. This correspondence concerns the management of the Orchestra in all of its aspects: the processing of Orchestra members' requests, complaints, union activity, contracts, and decisions about their future employment; the arrangement of performances, recording sessions, broadcasts, tours, soloist engagements; program proposals, publicity arrangements; the acquisition of new instruments; and the retrieval of scores needed by Ormandy from the Orchestra library. There are also memos exchanged with the staff of the Academy of Music. At the end of this series may be found a folder containing miscellaneous administrative paperwork having to do, for the most part, with Orchestra members' terms of employment. This paperwork includes lists noting Orchestra members' passport information, tour participants (includes board members), salary scales, raises, bonus adjustments, and retirement ages.

Besides correspondence and memos, many other kinds of paperwork were generated in the administration of the Orchestra. Some of these papers had to do with various kinds of Programming, including proposed programs for the Orchestra season and post-season, along with its tours and Ormandy's guest engagements. Such programs usually include the duration of the various musical works, as calculated by Ormandy. Suggested programs and schedules for recordings, broadcasts, Curtis rehe arsals and performances, as well as for the meetings of the Conductors' Symposia, may be found here. The series also includes entire television scripts, as well as proposed album cover designs. (N.B. At times proposed schedules and programs were typed in the form of a memo to the Orchestra staff, or to particular performers, agents, etc. In these cases, this material has been filed in the appropriate correspondence file.)

Much of this programming material seems to have been typed from handwritten notes made by Ormandy. The Notes series includes all manner of general notes written or kept by Ormandy or his secretary, Mary Krouse (or occasionally some other staff person) on the subjects of programs, soloists, responses to correspondence, travel and appointments, as well as Ormandy's written observations on the playing of every Conductors' Symposium participant, for each year (N.B. Handwritten no tes that Ormandy or Ms. Krouse had attached to correspondence were generally left with that correspondence, to provide context.) Then too there are important notes or records that Ormandy kept as to the durations or playing times of every major piece in his orchestral repertoire. These typed notes, originally bound in a looseleaf binder and showing signs of having been regularly consulted, also contain Ormandy's handwritten revisions and calculations. In addition to keeping this notebook of durations as a n aid in constructing time-limited programs, Ormandy retained notes having to do with rehearsals of certain large choral pieces, such as Bach's Johannespassion, Matthäuspassion, and the B minor mass; Beethoven's  Missa Solemnis, Haydn's  Creation, Mendelssohn's  Elijah and his  Erste Walpurgisnacht , and Verdi's  Requiem. These notes include metronomic markings as well as notations on performance dynamics.

If notes on durations and metronome markings help one to imagine how Ormandy constructed programs and conducted rehearsals, various kinds of Philadelphia Orchestra Season Calendars make possible the reconstruction of Ormandy' s schedule and whereasbouts from day to day, and month to month (particularly when supplemented by the papers of the previously-mentioned Programming series). Every year the Orchestra issued small date books that ran from September through August and showed each month's anticipated schedule of seasonal and post-seasonal performances, guest performers, out-of-town concerts, and vacation dates. In addition to this typed information are Ormandy's own pencilled-in notations about specific concerts, soloists, appointments, rehearsals, and meetings. The 1998 donation of Ormandy papers included Gretel Ormandy's date books, which are filed after Eugene Ormandy's. Besides these date books, there are small, looseleaf engagement notebooks, each page of which shows a particular program, with every page arranged in order of date. Also typed on these pages are specific concert dates and locations for each program, the durations, who conducted and who played, and on which recording label any of the program selections were offered. There are also large date sheets for the 1952-53, and 1953-54 seasons that show the entire year's events at a glance, events both typed and pencilled in.

Printed Programs and Itineraries, issued at performances or before tours, give further information about Ormandy's and the Orchestra's schedules. Of special interest is the earliest program in the series, a 1921 flyer pasted into a scrapbook page that notes the time, place, and pieces to be performed by the young violinist, “Jenö B. Ormandy”; though it is generally unknown how Ormandy came to change his name from Blau, this program flyer suggests that he made the change before he came to the United States. Detailed information about tours help us to track the precise movement of the Orchestra during a give tour season. Also included in this series are programs or playbills from performances and events by groups other than the Philadelphia Orchestra. Some of these events were attended by Ormandy, such as Pablo Casals 1961 White House concert, the ground breaking ceremonies of the Saratoga Performing Art Center, and various performances in China. Mention of Orm andy is made in a handful of programs; of particular interest might be programs for the centennial celebrations of Ann Arbor's University Musical Society and of Carnegie Hall (the latter contains a message written by Mrs. Ormandy after her husband's death about his fondness for Carnegie Hall). Finally, among the remaining programs not related to Ormandy's own performances there are a number that may have been used by Ormandy in thinking about his own performances, as his notes on some of the playbills suggest.

Ormandy was frequently interviewed by magazines and music critics, and these interviews, along with articles he produced on such topics as the art of conducting, and music in America, are included in a series entitled Articles, Biog raphical Writings, and Promotional Material. This series also comprises promotional pamphlets, booklets and articles--both in published and in draft form--celebrating Orchestra anniversaries or relating information about important tours, such as the 1973 trip to China. Of special interest in these writings might be Nadia Koutzen's remembrances of Ormandy, which not only give a first-hand account of one of Ormandy's friendships, but also suggest something of his views on women's roles in the profess ional music world. There is a small collection of press releases included here announcing such events as tours, special performances, and honorary degrees conferred upon Ormandy. Located at the end of this series is a small collection of other printed bio graphical and promotional literature not related to the Orchestra, though some of it concerns composers who worked with Ormandy or other acquaintances of his.

Ormandy saved a great deal of memorabilia, such as newspaper and magazine Clippings related to his career, including a scrapbook that he put together in 1931 and 1932 recording his early years in Minneapolis. There is also Miscellaneous Pictorial material where one may find sketches of Ormandy and photographic postcards that he used to send to fans, as well as a framed picture of Rossini that probably hung in his office. Other memorabilia include di plomas, doctoral hoods, certificates, plaques, medals, city keys and souvenirs that mark the many Awards and Honors that Ormandy was given over the years, from the Doctor of Music degree he received from Hamline University in 1935 to the honors awarded him at the Kennedy Center in 1982. Finally, included with the oversize material are two of Ormandy's batons and other batons presented to him.

In processing the papers of Eugene Ormandy, extensive use was made of Herbert Kupferberg's Those Fabulous Philadelphians (1969). Also helpful were Roger Dettmer's article,  "Eugene Ormandy: in Memoriam" in volume IX, issue 1 of  Fanfare (1985, pages 54-70); Kupferberg's article on Ormandy in the February 1984 issue of  Ovation magazine (both in this collection); and John K. Sherman's history of the Minneapolis Symphony entitled  Music and Maestros (1952).

Scope and Contents

This collection of photographs documents the career and life of Eugene Ormandy from the early 1880s to the early 1990s, with the bulk of the photographs dating from the 1940s to the 1970s. Most prints are black-and-white; some are color. There are numerous photographs of Eugene Ormandy conducting, in particular at the Academy of Music in Philadelphia. This collection also documents his tours with the Philadelphia Orchestra in Europe, the People's Republic of China, Japan, and Latin America. In addition, researchers will find many photographs of Eugene Ormandy with other musicians and supporters of the Philadelphia Orchestra. In order to find photographs of specific individuals, researchers are encouraged to perform key work searches (all individuals are entered first name, last name).

The collection is intellectually arranged in chronological order. Physically, volumes 1-56 are arranged chronologically; boxes 57-63 contain duplicates of images in volumes 1-56; box 64 contains a photograph album from National Music Camp, Interlocken, Michigan, dating from August 26 to 29, 1996; box 65 contains a photograph album from the dedication of the Eugene Ormandy Listening Center, University of Pennsylvania Library on November 15, 1989; box 66 contains a photograph album given November 18, 1956, from Columbia Records Public Relations Department; boxes 67-71 comprise oversize photographs arranged chronologically; box 72 contains duplicates of images in boxes 67-71; boxes 73-75 house negatives; and box 76 contains glass slides.

Scope and Contents

This collection consists of sound recordings on sound reels, audio cassettes, cds, and long playing records. It is believed that the majority document Stokowski's conducting career from 1917 to 1977 and that very few were professional recordings. There are some recordings that specifically list another conductor; in particular, Fritz Reiner conducting the Chicago Symphony Orchestra and Ernst Marzendorfer conducting the Vienna Chamber Orchestra. All description is based upon existing labels and slips of papers which were found with the recordings, the contents of which are not always clear. It is important for researchers to understand that sound recordings were not listened to prior to arrangement and description.

The collection is arranged in five series: I. Reel to reel sound recordings, II. Cassettes, III. CDs, IV. Records, and V. Index cards to tape collection. The first four series are all arranged alphabetically by orchestra, and then chronologically within each orchestra. Researchers are advised to perform keyword searches for composers, musical works, and artists, particularly since many original sound recordings did not list the orchestra or musical group and are therefore listed as "Unknown." Many of the original recordings had a numbering scheme, the key to which is undefined. The numbers were preserved and are listed as "Stokowski Numbers" after the description.

The final series consists of index cards to the collection. The numbering scheme on the cards do not always appear to match the numbering scheme on the original recordings. In some cases, the numbering schemes do match and the cards may be of some use to researchers, although, the information contained on the card is also included in finding aid.

Scope and Contents

The collection consists primarily of full orchestral scores, duo piano parts, orchestral parts, and supplementary material for the Concerto for two pianos and orchestra, op. 88a, by Max Bruch. Also some unrelated transcriptions and arrangements. All materials are in manuscript. These are materials heavily altered by the duo pianists Rose and Ottilie Sutro and used in their performances of 1915-1917. Subsequently, they were collected by Nathan Twining from the auction of the effects of pianist Ottilie Sutro in Baltimore, MD, in 1971. Also included are orchestral parts of Bruch's original version as reconstructed by Twining for his recording of the Concerto with pianist Martin Berkofsky and the London Symphony Orchestra released in 1974. Further notes about the contents may be found within the collection inventory.

Administrative Information

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University of Pennsylvania: Kislak Center for Special Collections, Rare Books and Manuscripts,  2016 December 13

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University of Pennsylvania: Kislak Center for Special Collections, Rare Books and Manuscripts,  2018 October 31

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University of Pennsylvania: Kislak Center for Special Collections, Rare Books and Manuscripts,  2017 February 8

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University of Pennsylvania: Kislak Center for Special Collections, Rare Books and Manuscripts,  1999

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University of Pennsylvania: Kislak Center for Special Collections, Rare Books and Manuscripts,  2015 April 30

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University of Pennsylvania: Kislak Center for Special Collections, Rare Books and Manuscripts,  2016 April 26

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University of Pennsylvania: Kislak Center for Special Collections, Rare Books and Manuscripts,  2015 August 3

Finding Aid Author

Finding aid prepared by Kelin Baldridge

Finding Aid Author

Finding aid prepared by Rayna Andrews

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Finding aid prepared by Leslie J. Delauter and Isabel Boston

Finding Aid Author

Finding aid prepared by Clémence Scouten

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Finding aid prepared by Holly Mengel

Finding Aid Author

Finding aid prepared by John F. Anderies

Access Restrictions

This collection is open for research use.

Access Restrictions

This entire collection consists of original audio material.

Access to original audio/visual materials and computer files is restricted. The Kislak Center will provide access to the information on these materials from duplicate master files. If the original does not already have a copy, it will be sent to an outside vendor for copying. Patrons are financially responsible for the cost. The turnaround time from request to delivery of digital items is about two weeks for up to five items and three to seven weeks for more than five items. Please contact Reprographic Services (reprogr@upenn.edu) for cost estimates and ordering. Once digital items are received, researchers will have access to the files on a dedicated computer in the Van Pelt-Dietrich Library Center. Researchers should be aware of specifics of copyright law and act accordingly.

Access Restrictions

The bulk of this collection is open for research use, however, access to some interviews (box 1, folder 13; box 2, folders 7-9; box 3, folder 5; box 6, folder 5; and box 7, folders 12-13) is restricted. Researchers interested in the content of these folders should contact the Kislak Center for further information.

The audio cassette recordings of the interviews are currently restricted. However, all recordings have been transcribed and most transcripts are available for access. Researchers interested in the audio should contact the Kislak Center for more information.

Access Restrictions

This collection is open for research use

Access Restrictions

Access to original audio/visual materials and computer files is restricted. The Kislak Center will provide access to the information on these materials from duplicate master files. If the original does not already have a copy, it will be sent to an outside vendor for copying. Patrons are financially responsible for the cost. The turnaround time from request to delivery of digital items is about two weeks for up to five items and three to seven weeks for more than five items. Please contact Reprographic Services (reprogr@upenn.edu) for cost estimates and ordering. Once digital items are received, researchers will have access to the files on a dedicated computer in the Van Pelt-Dietrich Library Center. Researchers should be aware of specifics of copyright law and act accordingly.

Access Restrictions

This collection is open for research use.

Use Restrictions

Copyright restrictions may exist. For most library holdings, the Trustees of the University of Pennsylvania do not hold copyright. It is the responsibility of the requester to seek permission from the holder of the copyright to reproduce material from the Kislak Center for Special Collections, Rare Books and Manuscripts.

Use Restrictions

Copyright restrictions may exist. For most library holdings, the Trustees of the University of Pennsylvania do not hold copyright. It is the responsibility of the requester to seek permission from the holder of the copyright to reproduce material from the Kislak Center for Special Collections, Rare Books and Manuscripts.

Use Restrictions

Copyright restrictions may exist. For most library holdings, the Trustees of the University of Pennsylvania do not hold copyright. It is the responsibility of the requester to seek permission from the holder of the copyright to reproduce material from the Kislak Center for Special Collections, Rare Books and Manuscripts.

Use Restrictions

Copyright restrictions may exist. For most library holdings, the Trustees of the University of Pennsylvania do not hold copyright. It is the responsibility of the requester to seek permission from the holder of the copyright to reproduce material from the Kislak Center for Special Collections, Rare Books and Manuscripts.

Use Restrictions

Copyright restrictions may exist. For most library holdings, the Trustees of the University of Pennsylvania do not hold copyright. It is the responsibility of the requester to seek permission from the holder of the copyright to reproduce material from the Kislak Center for Special Collections, Rare Books and Manuscripts.

Use Restrictions

Copyright restrictions may exist. For most library holdings, the Trustees of the University of Pennsylvania do not hold copyright. It is the responsibility of the requester to seek permission from the holder of the copyright to reproduce material from the Kislak Center for Special Collections, Rare Books and Manuscripts.

Use Restrictions

Copyright restrictions may exist. For most library holdings, the Trustees of the University of Pennsylvania do not hold copyright. It is the responsibility of the requester to seek permission from the holder of the copyright to reproduce material from the Kislak Center for Special Collections, Rare Books and Manuscripts.

Source of Acquisition

Gift of Katherine Sachs.

Source of Acquisition

Gift of Mrs. Eugene Ormandy with additional donations from Charles P. Balant, Mrs. C. Wanton Balis, Nadia Koutzen, George and Lucile Lynn, Karen Mannes, Vivian Perlis, Joseph and Joyce Stein, Diana Steiner, and Isaac Stern, 1987-1998.

Source of Acquisition

Gift of Mrs. Eugene Ormandy, 1987 through 1999.

Source of Acquisition

Purchase, J. & J. Lubrano Music Antiquarians, LLC, 2014. Supplementary research material, gift of Jacques Voois, 2015.

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Related Materials

Related Archival Materials note

At the Kislak Center for Special Collections, Rare Books and Manuscripts:

Eugene Ormandy papers, 1921-1991, Ms. Coll. 91

Eugene Ormandy photographs, 1880-1992, Ms. Coll. 330

Eugene Ormandy family home movies, 1932-1947, Ms. Coll. 1051

Related Archival Materials note

At the Kislak Center for Special Collections, Rare Books, and Manuscripts at the University of Pennsylvania:

Eugene Ormandy oral history collection, 1969-1977 (bulk: 1990-1990), Ms. Coll. 59

Eugene Ormandy papers, 1921-1991, Ms. Coll. 91

Eugene Ormandy photographs, 1880-1992, Ms. Coll. 330

Eugene Ormandy family home movies, 1932-1947, Ms. Coll. 1051

Dr. Irvin Stein collection of Eugene Ormandy material, 1953-1990, Ms. Coll. 1249

Related Archival Materials note

At Kislak Center for Special Collections, Rare Books and Manuscripts, University of Pennsylvania: Eugene Ormandy papers, 1921-1991, Ms. Coll. 91

At Kislak Center for Special Collections, Rare Books and Manuscripts, University of Pennsylvania:Eugene Ormandy photographs, 1880-1992, Ms. Coll. 330

At Kislak Center for Special Collections, Rare Books and Manuscripts, University of Pennsylvania: Eugene Ormandy family home movies, 1932-1947, Ms. Coll. 1051

At Kislak Center for Special Collections, Rare Books and Manuscripts, University of Pennsylvania: Dr. Irvin Stein collection of Eugene Ormandy material, 1953-1990, Ms. Coll. 1249

At Kislak Center for Special Collections, Rare Books and Manuscripts, University of Pennsylvania: Philadelphia Orchestra 1966 Latin American Tour collection, 1961-1966, Ms. Coll. 929

Related Archival Materials note

At University of Pennsylvania: Eugene Ormandy papers, 1921-1991, Ms. Coll. 91.

Stephanie Goldner collection on Eugene Ormandy, 1911-1982.

Eugene Ormandy family home movies, 1932-1947, Ms. Coll. 1051

Philadelphia Orchestra Latin American tour collection, 1961-1966, Ms. Coll. 929

Related Archival Materials note

At the University of Pennsylvania, Kislak Center for Special Collections, Rare Books and Manuscripts:

Leopold Stokowski papers, 1916-1994

Oliver Daniel research collection on Leopold Stokowski, 1945-1995, Ms. Coll. 382

Stokowski-Gatewood collection of commercial sound recordings, 1917-1990, Ms. Coll. 636

Curtis W. Davis collection on Leopold Stokowski, 1936-1992, Ms. Coll. 965

Robert L. Gatewood collection of Leopold Stokowski discographies, circa 1970-1990, Ms. Coll. 383

Related Archival Materials note

At Georgtown University: Martin Berkofsky papers.

At Maryland Historical Society: Papers of Rose and Ottilie Sutro, 1890-1930.

At Universität zu Köln Musikwissenschaftliches Institut: Das Max Bruch-Archiv.

At University of California, Santa Barbara, Davidson Library: Ottil[i]e Sutro Berlin diaries, 1914-1915.

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Controlled Access Headings

Corporate Name(s)
  • Philadelphia Orchestra.
  • University of Pennsylvania. Libraries.
Form/Genre(s)
  • Clippings (information artifacts)
  • Concert programs
  • Correspondence
Personal Name(s)
  • Ormandy, Eugene, 1899-1985
  • Ormandy, Gretel
Subject(s)
  • Conductors (Music)--United States
  • Music
  • Physicians--United States
  • Symphony orchestras

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Controlled Access Headings

Corporate Name(s)
  • Philadelphia Orchestra.
Form/Genre(s)
  • Sound recordings
Subject(s)
  • Conductors (Music)
  • Music
  • Symphony orchestras

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Controlled Access Headings

Corporate Name(s)
  • Philadelphia Orchestra.
Form/Genre(s)
  • Interviews
  • Oral histories (document genres)
  • Transcripts
Personal Name(s)
  • Muti, Riccardo
  • Stokowski, Leopold, 1882-1977
Subject(s)
  • Conductors (Music) -- Interviews
  • Conductors (Music)--United States
  • Music
  • Musicians -- Interviews
  • Musicians--United States
  • Symphony orchestras

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Controlled Access Headings

Corporate Name(s)
  • Philadelphia Orchestra.
Form/Genre(s)
  • Clippings (information artifacts)
  • Concert programs
  • Correspondence
  • Scrapbooks

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Controlled Access Headings

Corporate Name(s)
  • Academy of Music (Philadelphia, Pa.).
  • Philadelphia Orchestra.
Form/Genre(s)
  • Negatives (photographic)
  • Photograph albums
  • Photographs
Personal Name(s)
  • Ormandy, Gretel
  • Ormandy, Stephanie Goldner, 1896-1962
Subject(s)
  • Concert tours
  • Conductors (Music)--United States

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Controlled Access Headings

Corporate Name(s)
  • All-American Youth Orchestra.
  • Hollywood Bowl (Los Angeles, Calif.).
  • London Symphony Orchestra.
  • Philadelphia Orchestra.
  • Symphony of the Air.
Form/Genre(s)
  • Audiovisual materials
  • Sound recordings
Subject(s)
  • Concerts
  • Conductors (Music)--United States
  • Music
  • Symphony orchestras

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Controlled Access Headings

Corporate Name(s)
  • New York Philharmonic.
  • Philadelphia Orchestra.
Form/Genre(s)
  • Arrangements (Music)
  • Concertos
  • Piano music
Subject(s)
  • Concertos (Pianos (2))
  • Music
  • Women
  • Women musicians
  • Women musicians--United States
  • Women pianists

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Other Finding Aids

For a complete listing of correspondents, do the following title search in Franklin: Eugene Ormandy Papers.

Collection Inventory

Box Folder

Newsweek Magazine with article "Eugene Ormandy: The Philadelphia Story", 1953 March 2.

1 1

Ormandy-Stein correspondence, 1968-1988.

1 2

Lily Ball (awards given to Eugene Ormandy and Dr. Irvin Stein), program and newspaper clipping, 1971 October.

1 3

Newspaper clippings relating to Ormandy surgery performed by Dr. Irvin Stein, 1971, undated.

1 4

Philadelphia Orchestra news releases relating to Riccardo Muti and "Eugene Ormandy Appreciation Day", 1985 November 12-13.

1 5

Newspapers articles regarding the Philadelphia Orchestra following Ormandy's death, 1986, undated.

1 6

Eugene Ormandy Memorial of the University of Pennsylvania Libraries programs and articles, 1988-1989, undated.

1 7

Eugene Ormandy Memorial of the University of Pennsylvania Libraries correspondence relating to contributions, meetings of the Eugene Ormandy Archive Committee, Founders Committee for the Eugene Ormandy Library Fund, the Memorabilia Committee of the Eugene Ormandy Memorial, and the Eugene Ormandy Memorial Founding Committee, 1986-1990.

1 8

Collection Inventory

Box Item

1812 overture: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([New York, NY]: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) Masterworks [Program notes by Charles Burr on container Overture "1812", op 49 / Tchaikovsky -- In the steppes of Central Asia; Polovtsian dances from Prince Igor / Borodin -- Night on Bald Mountain / Moussorgsky], 1959.

14 400

A Christmas festival: Arthur Harris, arranger; Temple University Concert Choir; Robert Page, director; St Francis de Sales Boychoir; Peter La Manna, director; Philadelphia Orchestra, Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([New York, NY]: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) Masterworks. ["Scored for the Philadelphia Orchestra by Arthur Harris;" Program notes by Thomas Frost on container Oh Tannenbaum -- It came upon a midnight clear -- Little drummer boy / HSimeone-H Onarati-K Davis -- I wonder as I wander / JJ Niles -- For unto us a child is born -- Here we go a-caroling -- Good King Wenceslas -- Away in a manger -- Jingle bells -- We three Kings of Orient are -- Hallelujah chorus -- We wish you a Merry Christmas], 1958.

13 374

A Christmas spectacular: The Greatest hits of Christmas: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy and William Smith, conductors; Philadelphia Orchestra Chorus; Robert Page, director and conductor (New York, NY: RCA Red Seal, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [At head of container title: The greatest hits of Christmas; Durations on container;"Newly recorded" on container Hark! the herald angels sing (3:50) -- Away in a manger (2:25) -- God rest ye, merry gentlemen (2:02) -- The little drummer boy (3:23) / Davis-Onorati-Simeone -- O little town of Bethlehem (3:16) -- Silver bells (3:34) / Livingston-Evans -- Jingle bells (1:43) -- Deck the halls (1:36) -- White Christmas (3:50) / Irving Berlin -- The first noël (4:05) -- Sleigh ride (3:04) / Leroy Anderson -- What child is this? (2:23) -- Angels we have heard on high (3:04) -- Winter wonderland (3:40) / Bernard], 1951.

13 367

Adam, Claus, Concerto for cello and orchestra: Stephen Kates, violoncello (1st work); Louisville Orchestra; Jorge Mester, conductor (Louisville, Ky: Louisville Orchestra, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [Durations: 22:50; 17:38; Program notes by Claus Adam and Genevieve A Kazdin ([4] p) inserted in container; Notes for filing order and duration of pieces written on album cover by Eugene Ormandy], 1960.

29 565

A festival of marches: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor (New York: Columbia, 1 sound disc (44 min.): 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) Masterworks [ Stars and stripes forever / Sousa (3:31) -- Prophète, Coronation march / Meyerbeer (3:23) -- Ruins of Athens, Turkish march / Beethoven (1:52) -- Funeral march of a marionette / Gounod (4:03) -- American salute: When Johnny comes marching home / Gould (4:43) -- Aida, Grand march / Verdi (6:08) -- Carmen, March of the toreadors / Bizet (2:07) -- March of the toys / Herbert (3:59) -- Marche militaire / Schubert (3:42) -- Love for three oranges, March / Prokofiev (1:49) -- Radetzky march / J Strauss (2:55) -- Meadowlands (1:50) -- Pomp and circumstance, no 1 / Elgar (6:23)], 1962.

7 200

A spectacular display of orchestral color: Philadelphia Orchestra; Temple University Women's Choir (in the 3d movement of Dubussy's Nocturnes) Robert Page, director; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([New York, N.Y.]: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) Masterworks [Title from container; Program notes by Judith Geller on container Rapsodie espagnole / Ravel (15:50) -- Danse / Debussy; orchestrated by Ravel (5:15) -- Nocturnes / Debussy (26:07)], 1965.

8 213

Albéniz, Isaac, Iberia: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([New York, NY]: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, mono) [Albéniz selections originally for piano; Program notes by Charles Burr on container Evocación; El Puerto; El Corpus en Sevilla; Triana; El Albaicin / Albéniz (transcribed for orchestra by E F Arbós) Par les rues et par les chemins; Les parfums de la nuit; Le matin d'un jour de fête / Debussy], 1974.

16 457

Albéniz, Isaac, Iberia: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor (New York: Columbia, 2 sound discs: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, mono) Masterworks [Originally for piano; In 2 containers; automatic sequence; Program notes by C Surinach on outer container Evocación; El Puerto; El Corpus en Sevilla; Rondeña; Almeria; Triana; El Albaicin; El polo; Lavapiés; Málaga; Jérez; Eritaña], 1968.

10 264

Arturo Toscanini, the Philadelphia Orchestra--1941-42 recordings: Philadelphia Orchestra; Arturo Toscanini, conductor (New York, N.Y: RCA Red Seal, 1 sound disc: 12 in., 33 1/3 rpm, mono) [Title from container spine; From the collection of Eugene Ormandy Label on container reads Promo-copy, not for sale; In container; manual sequence; Program notes by D Hall ([8] p) laid in Symphony no 9 in C, D 944 (recorded Nov 16, 1941) / Schubert--Incidental music to A midsummer night's dream, op 21 & 61 (Edwina Eustis, Florence Kirk, sopranos; Women's Glee Club of the University of Pennsylvania; recorded Jan 11-12, 1942) / Mendelssohn--Queen Mab scherzo, from Romeo and Juliet, op 17 (recorded Feb 9, 1942) / Berlioz--Symphony no 6 in B minor, op 74 (recorded Feb 8, 1942) / Tchaikovsky--La mer (recorded Feb 8-9, 1942) / Debussy--Ibéria, no 2 from Images (recorded Nov 18, 1941) / Debussy--Feste romane (recorded Nov 19, 1941) / Respighi--Death and transfiguration, op 24 (recorded Jan 11, 1942) / Strauss, R], 1966.

37 635

A Treasury of great American favorites: Morton Gould and his orchestra; Dick Hyman, piano; Jascha Heifetz, violin; Brooks Smith, piano; Robert Russell Bennett, RCA Victor Symphony Orchestra; Arthur Fiedler, Boston Pops Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, Philadelphia Orchestra; Morton Gould, Chicago Symphony Orchestra; Charles Munch, Strings of the Boston Symphony Orchestra; Max Polikoff, violin (New York, N.Y: RCA Red Seal, 2 sound discs: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [ On the trail from Grand Canyon suite / F Grofe Maple Leaf Rag / S Joplin Three preludes / G Gershwin, arr J Heifetz Cotillion from Fall River legend / M Gould Guadalcanal march from Victory at Sea / R Rodgers, arr R R Bennett Candide: Overture / L Bernstein Honky Tonk interlude; Saturday night waltz from Rodeo / A Copland Chester from New England tryptich / W Schuman Variations on America / C Ives, arr W Schuman Fiddle faddle / Leroy Anderson Adagio for strings / S Barber Slaughter on Tenth Avenue from On your toes / R Rodgers Three dances from Fancy free / L Bernstein The Entertainer / S Joplin Gavotte and The Blues from Interplay for piano and orchestra / M Gould Finale: Gala Cakewalk from Cakewalk / L M Gottschalk, H Kay Street in a frontier town and Celebrations from Billy the Kid / A Copland], 1973.

16 459

A Tribute to David Oistrakh: Violin concertos; David Oistrakh, in part with Isaac Stern, violins; Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor (1st-4th works); New York Philharmonic, Dimitri Mitropolous, conductor (5th work) ([United States]: Columbia, 2 sound discs: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, mono) [Title from container; "Previously released as ML 5077, MT 5085, ML 5087;" Durations on labels; Manual sequence; Program notes, including a tribute to Oistrakh by I Stern, on container Concerto in E minor for violin and orchestra, op 64 / Mendelssohn Concerto in A minor for 2 violins and string orchestra / Vivaldi Concerto no 4 in D major for violin and orchestra, K 218 / Mozart Concerto no 2 in E major for violin and orchestra, BWV 1042 / Bach Concerto no 1 in A minor for violin, op 99 / Shostakovich], circa 1970s.

6 141

Bach, Johann Sebastian, Bach by Ormandy: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([U.S.]: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) Masterworks [1st, 3rd, and 4th works transcribed by Ormandy; Durations: 9:10; 14:30; 16:22; 12:50; Program notes by David Johnson on container Toccata and fugue in D minor / JS Bach -- Sinfonia for double orchestra, op 18, no 1 / JC Bach -- Toccata, adagio and fugue in C major / JS Bach -- Passacaglia and fugue in C minor / JS Bach], 1965.

14 420

Bach, Johann Sebastian, Bach by Ormandy: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([United States]: Columbia, 1 sound disc (39 min.): 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, mono) Masterworks [1st, 3rd, and 4th works arr for orchestra by Ormandy; Program notes by David Johnson on container Toccata and fugue in D minor (9:10) / J S Bach -- Sinfonia for double orchestra, op 18, no 1 (14:30) / J C Bach -- Toccata, adagio and fugue in C major (16:22); Passacaglia and fugue in C minor (12:50) / J S Bach], 1960.

3 46

Bach, Johann Sebastian, Bach by the Philadelphia Orchestra: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([United States]: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, mono) Masterworks [Organ music and excerpts from cantatas, arr for orchestra; Title from container; Program notes by Charles Burr on container Fantasia and fugue in G minor, arranged by William R Smith; Air for G string; Prelude and fugue in C minor, arranged by Ormandy; Arioso, arranged by W R Smith; Ach, Gott vom Himmel sieh darein, arranged by Harl McDonald; Fugue in G minor, arranged by William R Smith; Fantasia and fugue in C minor, arranged by Edward Elgar; Come, sweet death, arranged by Ormandy], 1955.

3 60

Bach, Johann Sebastian, Bach's greatest fugues /: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor (New York: RCA, 1 sound disc (47 min., 46 sec.): 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, quad) [Scored for double orchestra; Program notes by Larry Zide on container "St Anne fugue in E♭, S 522 -- "Little" fugue in G minor, S578 -- Fugue in D from Prelude and fugue, S 532 -- "Great" fugue in G minor, S 542 -- Fugue in A minor from Prelude and fugue, S 543 -- Fugue in C minor from Prelude and fugue, S 549 -- Fugue in C from Toccata, adagio and fugue, S 564], 1973.

10 282

Bach, Johann Sebastian, Bach's greatest hits: Philadelphia Orchestra, Eugene Ormandy conductor (1,3-5,7); Marlboro Festival Orchestra, Pablo Casals, conductor (2); E Power Biggs, organ, Columbia Chamber Symphony, Zoltan Rozsnyai, conductor (6); Walter Carlos, Moog synthesizer (8) (New York: Columbia Records, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [Program notes on container Preludium in E major / arr Fritz Kreisler; William Smith (Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor) (3:45) -- Air on the G string (Marlboro Festival Orchestra; Pablo Casals, conductor) (4:51) --Sleepers awake / arr Eugene Ormandy (Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor) (3:58) -- Little suite: from The Anna Magdalena notebook / arr Thomas T Frost (Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor) (7:27) --Toccata and fugue in D minor / transcribed by Eugene Ormandy (Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor) (9:10) -- Jesu, joy of men's desiring (E Power Biggs, organ; Columbia Chamber Symphony; Zoltan Rozsnyal, conductor) (2:22) -- A mighty fortress is our God / arr Arthur Harris (Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor) (2:22) -- Third movement: from Brandenburg concerto no 3 in G major / realised and performed by Wendy Carlos on the Moog synthesizer with the assistance of Benjamin Folkman (5:05)], circa 1970s.

9 249

Bach, Johann Sebastian, Bach's greatest hits: Philadelphia Orchestra, Eugene Ormandy, conductor (in 1st, 6th, 13th works); Columbia Symphony and Chorus, Pablo Casals, conductor (in the 2nd work); Walter Carlos, Moog synthesizer (in the 3rd-5th works); John Williams, guitar (in the 7th work); Mormon Tabernacle Choir (8th work); E Power Biggs, organ, (in the 9th work); Marlboro Festival Orchestra, Pablo Casals, conductor (in the 10th work); Glenn Gould, piano (in the 11th-12th works) ([New York, N.Y.]: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [Program notes on container Fugue in G minor / arr William Smith -- Sheep may safely graze / arr Thomas T Frost -- Two part invention in F major --Two part invention in B♭ major --Two part invention in D minor --Arioso / arr for strings by William Smith -- Gavotte from 4th lute suite / transcribed by John Williams -- Art thou with me (Bist Du bei Mir)/ arr Thomas T Frost --In dulci jubilo -- Brandenburg Concerto no 2 in F major --Prelude and Fugue in C major --Prelude and Fugue in C minor --Fugue in G minor ("The Great") / arr William Smith], 1970.

9 250

Bach, Johann Sebastian, Brandenburg concerto no. 2 in F major: Bernard Baker, trumpet; John Wummer, flute; Robert Bloom, oboe; Mischa Mischakoff, violin (on 1st work); NBC Symphony Orchestra; Arturo Toscanini, conductor ([S.l.]: Walter Toscanini, 1 sound disc: 12 in., 45 rpm, mono) [Inscribed to Eugene Ormandy perhaps by Walter Toscanini: "To Eugene with the great friendship and admiration that can go back many years ago! Riverdale Dec 23 1966;" "Private limited edition for Walter Toscanini & his friends"], 1953.

38 644

Bach, Johann Sebastian, Easter oratorio: Judith Raskin, soprano; Maureen Forrester, contralto; Richard Lewis, tenor; Herbert Beattie, bass; Temple University Concert Choir; Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([United States]: Columbia, 1 sound disc (53 min.): 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) Masterworks [Program notes by James Goodfriend and libretto, with English translation by David Johnson on container], 1964.

8 204

Bach, Johann Sebastian, Jauchzet Gott in allen Landen; Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor (Hamburg, Germany: Telefunken, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo), 1967.

27 539

Bach, Johann Sebastian, Jesu, joy of man's desiring: Mormon Tabernacle Choir; directed by Richard P Condie; Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor, arranger of 5th work ([New York, N.Y.]: Columbia, 1 sound disc (41 min.): 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) Masterworks [Sung in English; Notes on container Jesu, joy of man's desiring -- What tho' the world be full of sin -- A mighty fortress is our God -- Ah, dearest Jesus -- Sleepers awake -- Zion hears the watchmen's voices -- My soul doth magnify the Lord -- Sheep may safely graze -- Father in Heaven -- Now keep we all this holy feast --Come, sweet death -- Now thank we all our God -- In deepest grief], 1970.

9 246

Bach, Johann Sebastian, Mass in B minor: Eleanor Steber, soprano; Rosalind Elias, contralto; Richard Verreau, tenor; Richard Cross, bass-baritone; Temple University Choirs; Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([New York]: Columbia, 2 sound discs (83:12): 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [Analytical notes by Sir Donald Francis Tovey and text, with English translation ([8] p: ill) laid in container], 1964.

10 266

Bach, Johann Sebastian, Now let every tongue adore thee (Sleepers awake!): Philadelphia Orchestra; Dorothy Maynor, soprano (1st work); Eugene Ormandy, conductor (Camden, N.J: Victor, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 78 rpm) [Orchestrated by Charles O'Connell; "Red seal record"], circa 1930s.

25 522

Bach, Johann Sebastian, Ormandy conducts Bach: Various original mediums: the 2d work arranged by T T Frost; the 3d and 5th works transcribed by the conductor; the 4th work arranged by the composer; Philadelphia Orchestra, with John De Lancie, oboe, in the 1st and 4th works (New York, NY: RCA Red Seal, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [Durations and program notes by Harvey E Phillips on container Jesu, joy of man's desiring -- Little suite no 2 -- Toccata and fuge in D minor --Sinfonia from Cantata no 156 -- Passacaglia and fugue in C minor], 1957.

1 11

Bach, Johann Sebastian, Prelude and fugue in F minor: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor (Camden, N.J: Victor, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 78 rpm) ["Red seal record"], circa 1930s.

25 521

Bach, Johann Sebastian, St. John Passion: Judith Raskin, soprano; Maureen Forrester, contralto; Richard Lewis and George Shirley, tenors; Norman Treigle, bass-baritone; Thomas Paul, bass; Singing City Chorale, Elaine Brown, director; Suzanne Bloch, lute; Robert Plimpton, organ; William Smith, harpsichord; Samuel Mayes, continuo; Philadelphia Orchestra; Euguene Ormandy, conductor ([United States]: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [Automatic sequence; Poster by Paul Davis laid in container; Libretto, with English translation, and notes by Robert Jacobson ([6] p) laid in container (32 x 32 cm)], 1975.

6 149

Bach, Johann Sebastian, The Bach album: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor (New York, N.Y: CBS Masterworks, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [Transcribed by Eugene Ormandy and others; Program notes by Robert Jacobson Toccata and fugue in D minor -- Arioso -- Little suite -- A mighty fortress is our God -- Jesu, joy of man's desiring -- Fugue in G minor ("The G string") -- Fugue in G minor -- Sheep may safely graze -- Come, sweet death -- Sleepers awake -- Toccata, adagio and fugue in C major], 1969.

14 387

Bach, Johann Sebastian, Violin concerto in G minor; Harpsichord concerto no. 5 in F minor; Harpsichord concerto no. 4 in A major: Susanne Lautenbacher, violin (in the 1st work); Martin Galling, harpsichord (in the 2nd-3rd works); Bach Kollegium, Stuttgart; Helmuth Rilling, conductor ([S.l.]: Turnabout, 1 sound disc: 12 in., 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [The 1st work rescored by the violinist from the 2nd work; Durations: 10 min, 58 sec; 10 min, 55 sec; 16 min, 13 sec; Program notes by R D Darrell on container; Notes for filing order and duration of pieces written on album cover by Eugene Ormandy], 1968.

27 540

Balada, Leonardo, Guernica: Louisville Orchestra; Jorge Mester, conductor (Louisville, Ky: Louisville Orchestra, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [Program notes by Balada, Schuller, and Robert H McMahan ([1] leaf) laid in container; Notes for duration of pieces written on record label by Eugene Ormandy], 1968.

27 541

Barati, George, Chamber concerto (1952): Members of the Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor (1st work); New York Philharmonic; Werner Torkanowsky, conductor (2d work) ([New York, N.Y.]: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, mono) Masterworks ["First Recordings of Naumburg Award Compositions;" Durations: 21:39; 29:33; Program notes by George Barati and Edward Downes on container], 1962.

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Barati, George, Chamber concerto (1952): Members of the Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor (1st work); New York Philharmonic; Werner Torkanowsky, conductor (2d work) (New York, N.Y: Columbia Masterworks, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [Durations: 21:39; 29:33; Program notes by Barati and Edward Downes on container], 1959.

15 429

Barber, Samuel, Second essay for orchestra, op. 17; Music for a scene from Shelley, op. 7; A stopwatch and an ordnance map, op. 13; A hand of bridge, chamber opera, op. 35; Serenade for strings, op. 1: Symphony of the Air; Vladimir Golschmann, conductor; with the Robert De Cormier Chorale (3rd work); Patricia Neway, soprano; Eunice Alberts, contralto; William Lewis, tenor; Philip Maero, baritone (4th work) (New York, N.Y: Vanguard, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) West projects release [The 2nd work is for orchestra; 3rd work for male chorus with percussion and brass (words by Stephen Spender); 4th work is a chamber opera (text by Gian Carlo Menotti); Durations: 8:06; 8:48; 5:44; 9:26; 8:44; Program notes by Sidney Finkelstein, texts and biographical notes on container; Notes for duration of pieces written inside album cover by Eugene Ormandy], 1955.

27 542

Bartók, Béla, Bluebeard's castle: Roslalind Elias, mezzo-soprano; Jerome Hines, bass; Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([New York, N.Y.]: Columbia, 1 sound disc (44 min.): 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) Masterworks [Text by Béla Balázs; English version by Chester Kallman; Duration: 55 min, 50 sec; Program notes by David Johnson on container; Libretto in English [4]p inserted in container], 1962.

7 188

Bartók, Béla, Cantata profana; Four Slovak folk songs; Nine [i.e. Eight] songs from 27 choruses: Richard Lewis, tenor, Marko Rothmüller, baritone, New Symphony Orchestra and Chorus, Walter Susskind, conductor (1st work); Concert Choir, Margaret Hillis, conductor (2nd-3rd works) ([S.l.]: Bartók Records, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, mono) [2nd work performed without the original piano acc; Sung in English; 1st and 3rd works originally in Hungarian, 2nd originally in Slovak; Notes for duration of pieces written on album cover and record label by Eugene Ormandy; English texts on container Eight songs from 27 choruses Don't leave me; Hussar; Bread baking; Loafer; Enchanting song; Teasing song; Only tell me; The wooing of a girl], 1964.

27 543

Bartók, Béla, Concerto for orchestra: Cleveland Orchestra; George Szell, conductor ([New York]: Columbia, 1 sound disc (54 min.): 12 in., 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) Columbia masterworks [Program notes by Nicolas Slonimsky on slipcase; Notes for filing order and duration of pieces written on album cover by Eugene Ormandy], 1967.

27 545

Bartók, Béla, Concerto for orchestra: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([New York]: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, mono) Masterworks [Program notes by Charles Burr on container Introduzione; Giuoco delle coppie; Elegia; Intermezzo interrotto; Finale], 1955.

5 113

Bartók, Béla, Concerto for orchestra: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([United States]: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) Masterworks [Duration: 37 min, 35 sec; Program notes by Herbert Reid on slipcase], 1964.

8 209

Bartók, Béla, Concerto for orchestra: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor (New York, N.Y: RCA Red Seal, 1 sound disc: 12 in., 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [Duration: circa 39 min; Digital recording; Notes on the recording process by Jay David Saks and John Pfeiffer and program notes by Harvey E Philips on container and continued on insert ([2] p: diagrs)], 1975.

10 286

Bartók, Béla, Concerto for two pianos, percussion, and orchestra: Arthur Gold, Robert Fizdale, pianos; New York Philharmonic; Leonard Bernstein, conductor (New York: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) Columbia masterworks [The 1st work arranged by the composer; Program notes by Nicolas Slonimsky on container; Notes for duration of pieces written on album cover by Eugene Ormandy Incorrect label, for Virtuoso variations for guitar by John Williams, pasted on Side 1; correction written on record label by Eugene Ormandy], 1960.

27 546

Bartók, Béla, Concerto no. 1 for piano and orchestra (1927): Rudolf Serkin, piano; Columbia Symphony Orchestra, George Szell, conductor (1st work); Philadelphia Orchestra, Eugene Ormandy, conductor (2d work) (New York: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., 33 1/3 rpm, mono) Masterworks [Durations: 23 min, 44 sec; 24 min, 18 sec; Program notes on container], 1962.

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Bartók, Béla, Concerto no. 1, for violin and orchestra: Isaac Stern, violin; Philadelphia Orchestra, Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([New York]: Columbia, 1 sound disc (55 min.): 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, mono:) [Edition recorded (Bartók): Boosey & Hawkes; "First recording;" Durations: 21:38; 28:15; Program notes by Max de Schauensee and Edwin H Schloss on slipcase], 1961.

3 41

Bartók, Béla, Concerto no. 2: Alexis Weissenberg, piano; Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([New York, N.Y.]: RCA Red Seal, 2 sound discs: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [Duration: 28 min, 27 sec; and 22 min, 45 sec; Playable also on monaural equipment; Program notes by Max de Schauensee on container], 1971.

13 382

Bartók, Béla, Concerto no. 3 for piano and orchestra: Gyorgy Sandor, piano; Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([New York]: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, mono) [Program notes on container], 1949.

5 126

Bartók, Béla, Concerto no. 3: György Sándor, piano; Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([New York]: Columbia Masterworks, 2 sound discs: 12 in., analog, 78 rpm) [Notes on jacket], 1947.

20 491

Bartók, Béla, Divertimento for string orchestra: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor (New York, NY: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [Program notes by Phillip Ramey on container; "First recording" Ginastera], 1975.

6 150

Bartók, Béla, Hungarian peasant songs: Radio Symphony Orchestra; Gyorgy Lehel, conductor (Deux images); State Symphonoy Orchestra; Janos Ferencsik (Hungarian Peasant songs); Vilmos Tatray, violinist; State Symphony Orchestra; Gyorgy Lehel, conductor (Two portraits) ([Hungary]; New York: Hungaroton [production company];; Artia Records [distributor], 1 sound disc: 12 in., 33 1/3 rpm, mono) [Program notes by Herbert Glass on container; Notes for filing order written on album cover by Eugene Ormandy Notes for duration of pieces written inside album cover and on record label by Eugene Ormandy], 1956.

27 547

Bartók, Béla, Konzert für Viola und Orchester, op. posth: Pál Lukács, viola; Staatliches Konzert-Orchester; János Ferencsik, conductor ([Hamburg, Germany]: Deutsche Grammophon Gesellschaft, 1 sound disc (34 min., 35 sec.): 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm) [Program notes by Tibor Kneif in German, with English and French translations, on container; Notes for filing order and duration of pieces written on album cover by Eugene Ormandy], 1966.

27 544

Bartók, Béla, Miraculous mandarin: Anshel Brusilow, violin solo (3rd work); Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([United States]: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, mono) Masterworks [Program notes by Alfred Frankenstein on container Miraculous mandarin; Suite op 19 (19 min, 39 sec); Deux images, op 10 (16 min, 12 sec); Two portraits, op 5 (13 min, 40 sec)], 1965.

4 104

Bartók, Béla, Music for strings, percussion, and celesta: Concertgebouw Orchestra of Amsterdam; Eduard van Beinum, conductor ([New York]: Epic, 1 sound disc: 12 in., 33 1/3 rpm, mono) [Program notes by George Jellinek on slipcase; Notes for duration of pieces written on album cover by Eugene Ormandy], circa 1960s.

27 548

Bartók, Béla, Suite from The miraculous mandarin: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor (New York: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) Masterworks [Durations: 19:39; 16:12; 13:40; Program notes by Alfred Frankenstein on container], 1966.

15 439

Bartók, Béla, The miraculous mandarin: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor (Hollywood, Calif: Angel/EMI Records, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [The first work is a ballet suite; Durations: 19:54; 30:01; Program notes by Kenneth Dommett on container], 1983.

1 4

Bartók, Béla, Two portraits, op. 5: Mihály Szűcs, violin (1st work); Budapest Philharmonic Orchestra; Miklós Erdélyi, conductor (Budapest: Hungaroton, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) Complete edition. Orchestral works [Program notes in Hungarian by János Kárpáti with English, German, and Russian translations (19 p: ill, music, ports) bound in container; Notes for duration of pieces written on record label by Eugene Ormandy Notes for filing order written on record sleeve by Eugene Ormandy No album cover Two portraits, op 5 One ideal; One grotesque -- Two pictures, op 10 In full flower; Village dance], 1972.

27 549

Beethoven, Ludwig van, Ah, perfido!: Kirsten Flagstad, soprano; Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor (Camden, N.J: Victor, 3 sound discs: 10-12 in., analog, 78 rpm) Musical masterpiece series [Program notes and English translation of words ([4] p) inserted in container; 14844 is broken], 1939.

22 503

Beethoven, Ludwig van, Christ on the Mount of Olives: Judith Raskin, soprano; Richard Lewis, tenor; Herbert Beattie, bass; Temple University Choirs, Robert E Page, director; Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([New York, N.Y.]: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, mono) Masterworks [Title from container; Program notes by Philip L Miller on container in English; text of the oratorio in German, with English translation by Jean K Wolf ([2]p) inserted], 1966.

4 101

Beethoven, Ludwig van, Christ on the Mount of Olives: Judith Raskin, soprano; Richard Lewis, tenor; Herbert Beattie, bass; Temple University Choirs, Robert E Page, director; Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([New York, N.Y.]: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) Masterworks [Program notes by Philip L Miller on container; text of the oratorio, with English translation by Jean K Wolf ([2]p) inserted], 1966.

15 440

Beethoven, Ludwig van, Concerto in D major for violin and orchestra, op. 61: Zino Francescatti, violin; Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([New York, N.Y.]: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, mono) Masterworks [Columbia: ML 54371 (on container: ML 54371); Program notes by Morris Hastins on container], 1967.

4 96

Beethoven, Ludwig van, Concerto no. 1 in C major for piano and orchestra, op. 15: Rudolf Serkin, piano; Philadelphia Orchestra, Eugene Ormandy, conductor (1st work) (New York, N.Y: Columbia, 1 sound disc (53 min.): 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, mono) [Durations: 37:07; 15:08; Also issued in stereo: MS 6838; Program notes by Phyllis Mason on container], 1966.

4 102

Beethoven, Ludwig van, Concerto no. 2 in B-flat major for piano and orchestra, op. 19: Rudolf Serkin, piano; Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([New York]: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [Durations: 28:37; 30:25; Program notes by Chris Nelson on container], 1967.

8 222

Beethoven, Ludwig van, Concerto no. 2 in B-flat major, for piano and orchestra, op. 19: Rudolf Serkin, piano; Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([New York, NY]: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, mono) Masterworks [Program notes by Charles Burr on container], 1958.

14 392

Beethoven, Ludwig van, Concerto no. 3 in C minor for piano and orchestra, op. 37: Claudio Arrau, piano; Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([New York, N.Y.]: Odyssey, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, mono) ["Formerly released on [Columbia] ML 4302 [1st work] and ML 4665 [2nd work]"--Container; Durations: 35:06; 19:19; Program notes on container], 1976.

10 269

Beethoven, Ludwig van, Concerto no. 3 in C minor: Van Cliburn, piano; The Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor (New York: RCA Red Seal, 1 sound disc: 12 in., 33 1/3 rpm stereo) [Notes by George R Marek on container], 1971.

13 358

Beethoven, Ludwig van, Concerto no. 3, in C minor for piano and orchestra, op. 37: Rudolf Serkin, piano; Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor (United States: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, mono) Masterworks [Program notes on container], 1953.

4 88

Beethoven, Ludwig van, Concerto no. 4 in G major, for piano and orchestra, op. 58: Rudolf Serkin, piano; Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([United States]: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) Masterworks [Duration 34 min, 21 sec; Program notes by Stephen Van Hall on container], 1965.

8 217

Beethoven, Ludwig van, Concerto no. 5 in E-flat major for piano and orchestra: Eugene Istomin, piano; Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([New York, NY]: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, mono) Masterworks [Program notes by Charles Burr on container], 1959.

14 395

Beethoven, Ludwig van, Coriolan overture in C minor, op. 62: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([New York, N.Y.]: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 10 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, mono) [Program notes on container], 1951.

19 478

Beethoven, Ludwig van, Fidelio: Abscheuerlicher wo eilst du hin?; Thou monstrous fiend: Kirsten Flagstad, soprano; The Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor (Camden, N.J: Victor, 11 sound discs: 12 in., analog, 78 rpm, mono) [Victor: D14972A-2 (matrix)--A14972B-1 (matrix); "Red seal record"], 1935.

24 511

Beethoven, Ludwig van, Quintet in E-flat major, op. 16: (New York, N.Y: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., 33 1/3 rpm, mono) Columbia masterworks. [Inscription to Eugene Ormandy "To our Maestro in sincere appreciation of your cooperation!" signed by William Kincaid, John de Lancie, Mason Jones, Anthony Gigliotti, and Sol Schoenbach; Program notes by Charles Burr on container], 1954.

38 645

Beethoven, Ludwig van, Symphony no. 3 in E flat, op. 55: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor (New York, N.Y: RCA Red Seal, 1 sound disc (41 min.): 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [Digital recording; Program notes by Leonard Burkat and notes on the recording process on inner sleeve], 1981.

12 337

Beethoven, Ludwig van, Symphony no. 3 in E-flat, op. 55: NBC Symphony Orchestra; Arturo Toscanini, conductor (New York: RCA Victrola, 1 sound disc: 12 in., 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) Arturo Toscanini collection [Duration: about 46 min; "Stereo effect reprocessed from monophonic;" Program notes by Irving Kolodin on container; Notes for duration of pieces written on album cover by Eugene Ormandy], 1969.

28 550

Beethoven, Ludwig van, Symphony no. 3, in E-flat major, op. 55: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([New York, N.Y.]: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) Masterworks [Duration: 53 min, 13 sec; Program notes translated from A travers chants, by Hector Berlioz, on container], 1961.

6 167

Beethoven, Ludwig van, Symphony no. 4, in B flat major (op. 60): Minneapolis Symphony Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor (Camden, N.J: Victor, 8 sound discs: 12 in., analog, 78 rpm) A Victor musical masterpiece [Includes notes ([4] p) inserted], 1935.

22 499

Beethoven, Ludwig van, Symphony no. 5 in C minor, op. 67: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([New York, N.Y.]: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) Fabulous Philadelphia sound series [Durations: 31:25; 26:30 min; Program notes on container], 1972.

6 155

Beethoven, Ludwig van, Symphony no. 5, in C minor, op. 67: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([New York]: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, mono) Masterworks [Program notes by Charles Burr on container], 1956.

3 57

Beethoven, Ludwig van, Symphony no. 6 in F major, op. 68: Philadelphia Orchestra, Eugene Ormandy, conductor (New York, N. Y: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) Masterworks [], 1969.

9 247

Beethoven, Ludwig van, Symphony no. 7 in A major, op. 92: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([New York]: Columbia Masterworks, 3 sound discs: 12 in., analog, 78 rpm) [Program notes on container; Set is missing first disc: 12049-D], 1946.

20 493

Beethoven, Ludwig van, Symphony no. 7 in A major, op. 92: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([New York]: Columbia, 2 sound discs: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, mono) Masterworks [], 1969.

5 138

Beethoven, Ludwig van, Symphony no. 9 in D minor, op. 125 (Choral): Philadelphia Orchestra, with Lucine Amara, soprano, Lili Chookasian, contralto, John Alexander, tenor, John Macurdy, bass, and Mormon Tabernacle Choir; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([United States]: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) Masterworks [Duration: 1 hr, 4 min, 37 sec; Program notes on container include text of the vocal portion, Schiller's Ode to joy, with English translation], 1967.

8 230

Beethoven, Ludwig van, Symphony no. 9 in D minor, op. 125,: Lucine Amara, soprano; Lili Chookasian, contralto; John Alexander, tenor; John Macurdy, bass; Mormon Tabernacle Choir; Richard P Condie, director; Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor (New York, NY: Columbia Records, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) The sound of genius masterworks library [Program notes on container, including text of Friedrich Schiller's Ode to Joy in German and English translation], 1973.

13 378

Beethoven, Ludwig van, The Beethoven album: Rudolf Serkin, piano (2nd-5th works); Lucine Amara, soprano; Lili Chookasian, contralto; John Alexander, tenor; John Macurdy, bass; Mormon Tabernacle Choir, Richard P Condie, director (6th work); New York Philharmonic, Leonard Bernstein, conductor (1st, 5th works); Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor (6th work) (New York: Columbia, 2 sound discs: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo:) Masterworks [Manual sequence; Program notes by Charles B Yulish on container Symphony no 5 in C minor, op 67 -- Sonata no 14 in C-Sharp minor, op 27, no 2 "Moonlight" -- Sonata No 8 in C minor, op 13 "Pathétique" -- Sonata no 23 in F minor, op 57 "Appassionata" -- Concerto no 5 in E-Flat major for piano and orchestra, op 73 -- Symphony no 9 in D minor, op 125 "Choral"], 1963.

9 259

Beethoven, Ludwig van, The five piano concertos & The choral fantasy: Rudolf Serkin, piano; Westminster Choir, Warren Martin, director (2nd work); Philadelphia Orchestra, Eugene Ormandy, conductor (3rd, & 5th works); New York Philharmonic, Leonard Bernstein, conductor (1st, 2nd, 4th, & 6th works) ([United States]: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [Labels: MS 6616, MS 6852, D4S 740 (MS 6853, MS 6366); Title from container; This set does not contain all of the original discs, two have been substituted; the set is missing Concerto no 1; no 3 is included twice; Some durations marked on disc labels Concerto no 3 in C minor, op 37; Fantasy for piano, chorus, and orchestra, op 80; Concerto no 2 in B♭ major, op 19; Concerto no 3 in C minor, op 37; Concerto no 4 in G major, op 58; Concerto no 5 in E♭ major, op 73: "Emperor"], 1977.

16 466

Beethoven, Ludwig van, The great Beethoven & Brahms violin concertos: Isaac Stern, violin (both works); New York Philharmonic; Leonard Bernstein, conductor (Beethoven); The Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor (Brahms) (New York, N.Y: Columbia, 2 sound discs: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [Title from container; Previously released separately as MS 6093 and MS 6153], 1972.

6 142

Beethoven, Ludwig van, The nine symphonies: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor; Lucine Amara, soprano; Lili Chookasian, contralto; John Alexander, tenor; John Macurdy, bass; and Mormon Tabernacle Choir (in no 9) ([New York, NY]: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm stereo) Masterworks. [Manual sequence; Analyses of the symphonies by Sir George Grove and text of the vocal portions of no 9, from Schiller's ode, with English translation (1 v) laid in container], circa 1950s.

2 26

Berg, Alban, Lulu suite: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor (New York: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) Masterworks [Durations: 33:35; 11:42; 12:18; 3:08; Program notes by Chris Nelson on container], 1968.

8 233

Berg, Alban, Music of Alban Berg: Columbia Symphony Orchestra; Robert Craft, conductor ([New York]: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) Columbia masterworks [Manual sequence; Program notes and texts of the vocal works, with English translations ([8] p) laid in container; Notes for filing order and duration of pieces written on album cover and on informational insert by Eugene Ormandy Four symphonic excerpts from Lulu--Der Wein (Bethany Beardslee, soprano)--Three movements from the Lyric suite, for string orchestra--Chamber concerto for violin, piano, and 13 wind instruments (Israel Baker, violin; Pearl Kaufman, piano)--Sieben frühe Lieder (Bethany Beardslee)], circa 1950s.

28 552

Berg, Alban, Three excerpts from "Wozzeck": Gertrude Ribla, soprano; Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([Bridgeport, Conn.?]: Columbia Masterworks, 2 sound discs: 10-12 in., analog, 78 rpm) [Automatic sequence; Notes on container Interlude, military music and cradle song -- Marie's Bible reading -- Death of Wozzeck and final scene], 1938.

22 502

Berg, Alban, Three pieces for orchestra, op. 6: Südwestdeutsches Orchester; Hans Rosbaud, conductor (New York, NY: Westminister, 1 sound disc (48 min.): 12 in., 33 1/3 rpm) ["A Vega recording"--Label; Program notes by Abraham Skulsky on container; Notes for filing order and duration of pieces written on album cover by Eugene Ormandy "Just fair" written by Eugene Ormandy under title "Agon Ballet" on back of album cover], 1979.

28 553

Berg, Alban, Violinkonzerte: Itzhak Perlman, violin; Boston Symphony Orchestra; Seiji Ozawa, conductor ([Hamburg]: Deutsche Grammophon, 1 sound disc: 12 in., 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [Duration: circa 26 min; Program notes in German by Volker Scherliess with English, French, and Italian translations on container; Notes for duration of pieces written on record label by Eugene Ormandy Violinkonzert (dem Andenken eines Engels) / Alban Berg (26 min)--Concerto en ré pour violon et orchestre / Igor Stravinsky (22 min)], circa 1970s.

28 554

Berger, Theodor, Concerto manuale (1950): Hans Graf, Alexander Jenner, pianos, Horst Berger, Rudolf Minarik, percussion (in the 1st work); Vienna Symphony; Miltiades Caridis (in the 1st work), Franz Litschauer (in the 2d), the composer (in the 3d), conductors ([Vienna]: Amadeo, 3 sound discs: 12 in., 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [Editions recorded: Hamburg, Sikorski (the 1st work); Berlin, Ries & Erler (the 2d and 3d); Durations: 12 min, 21 sec; 4 min, 25 sec; 17 min, 5 sec; Program notes, extracted from letters by the composer, in German with English translation by R Rickett, on container; Notes for filing order written on album cover by Eugene Ormandy Notes for duration of pieces written on record label by Eugene Ormandy], 1975.

28 555

Berio, Luciano, Sinfonia: Swingle Singers; New York Philharmonic; the composer conducting (New York: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) ["The second section of Sinfonia is a tribute to the memory of Dr Martin Luther King, Jr;" Playable also on monaural equipment; Program notes by the composer and Edward Downes on album; Notes for filing order and duration of pieces written on album cover by Eugene Ormandy], 1961.

28 551

Berlioz, Hector, Berlioz' greatest hits: William Lincer, viola (8th work); New York Philharmonic Orchestra; Leonard Bernstein, conductor (1st, 4th, 5th, 6th and 8th works); Philadelphia Orchestra; Charles Munch (2d and 3rd works) and Eugene Ormandy (7th work), conductors; Temple University Choirs , Robert E Page, director (7th work) (New York, N.Y: Columbia Masterworks, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) Masterworks [Title from container; Program notes on container Rákóczy March, from the Damnation of Faust -- Dance of the sylphs, from the Damnation of Faust -- Minuet of the will-o'wisps, from the Damnation of Faust -- Roman carnival overture, op 9 -- March to the scaffold, from Symphony fantastique -- Fête of the Capulets, from Romeo and Juliet -- Tuba mirum, from Requiem -- March of the pilgrims, from Harold in Italy], 1971.

6 160

Berlioz, Hector, Harold in Italy: Joseph de Pasquale, viola; Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([New York, N.Y.]: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) Fabulous Philadelphia sound series [Duration: 44 min, 39 sec; Program notes on container], 1970.

6 163

Berlioz, Hector, La damnation de Faust, op. 24: Josephine Veasey, mezzo-soprano; Nicolai Gedda, tenor; Jules Bastin, Richard Van Allan, basses; supporting soloists; London Symphony Orchestra and Chorus; Ambrosian Singers; Wandsworth School Boys' Choir; Colin Davis, conductor ([Netherlands]: Philips, 1 sound disc (42 min.): 12 in., 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [Manual sequence; Program notes in part by D Cairns, in English with French and German translations (24 p) and the Carnegie Hall Selection Committee report laid in container; Notes for duration of pieces written on record label by Eugene Ormandy], 1980.

28 556

Berlioz, Hector, Requiem, op. 5: Cesare Valletti, tenor; Temple University Choirs, Robert E Page, director; Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([New York]: Columbia, 2 sound discs: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) Masterworks [Label: Columbia M2S 730 (MS 6781--MS 6782); Program notes by Robert Lawrence and text of the work, with English translation, on container; Automatic sequence], 1963.

15 445

Berlioz, Hector, Requiem: Cesare Valletti, tenor; Temple University Choirs, Robert E Page, director; Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([United States]: Columbia, 2 sound discs: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, mono) Masterworks [Sung in Latin; Added numbers on disc: ML 3181--ML 3182; Automatic sequence; Program notes by Robert Lawrence and Latin text with English translation on container], 1965.

9 261

Berlioz, Hector, Symphonie fantastique: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([U.S.]: Columbia, 1 sound disc (56 min.): 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) Masterworks [Program notes by David Johnson on container; Also issued in mono: ML 5648 Reveries; Passions (12:50) -- Un bal (6:05) -- Scene aux champs (15:25) -- Marche au supplice (4:30) -- Songe d'une nuit du sabbat (9:30)], 1961.

7 170

Berlioz, Hector, Symphonie fantastique: The Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([S.l.]: Columbia Masterworks, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, mono) Masterworks [Program notes by Morris Hastings on container], 1951.

5 118

Biggs, E. Power Music for organ and orchestra: E Power Biggs, organ; Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor (1st and 3rd works); New York Philharmonic Orchestra; Leonard Bernstein, conductor (2nd work) ([New York]: CBS Masterworks, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) Masterworks [Title from container; Program notes by Max De Schauensee, Edward Downes, and Edwin H Schloss on container Concerto in G minor for organ, strings and tympani / Poulenc -- Festival prelude for organ and orchestra, op 61 / Richard Strauss -- Toccata festiva, op 36 / Samuel Barber], 1962.

7 189

Bizet, Georges, Carmen suites 1 and 2: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([New York, N.Y.]: Odyssey, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) The Great Columbia stereo recordings [Title from container; Produced by Thomas Frost; Duration: about 30 min; Program notes on container; "Previously released as [Columbia] MS 6051"], 1974.

10 271

Bizet, Georges, Carmen: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([N.Y.]: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [Program notes by Charles Burr on slipcase], 1960.

7 184

Bizet, Georges, Carmen: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor (United States: RCA, 1 sound disc (35 min., 14 sec.): 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [Program notes by Harvey E Phillips on container], 1980.

11 325

Bizet, Georges, Symphony no. 1 in C: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor (New York: RCA Red Seal, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [Program notes on container], 1982.

11 329

Borodin, Aleksandr Porfir'evich, Prince Igor: Polovtsian dances: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([New York, N.Y.]: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 78 rpm) Masterworks [], circa 1940s.

25 516

Borodin, Aleksandr Porfirʹevich, Prince Igor: Polovtsian dances; Smetana, Bedřich, Bartered brides: Dance of the comedians; Dvořák, Antonín, Slavonic dance no. 10 in E minor: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([New York, N.Y.] : Columbia, 1 sound disc: 7 in., analog, 45 rpm), circa 1950s.

26 535

Brahms, Johannes, A German requiem: Phyllis Curtin, soprano; Jerome Hines, bass; Alexander Schreiner, organist, Mormon Tabernacle Choir; Richard P Condie, director; Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([United States]: Columbia, 2 sound discs (78 min.): 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, mono) Masterworks [Automatic sequence; Durations: 87 min, 40 sec (Requiem); 23 min, 20 sec (Variations); Program notes by Walter Niemann and Edwin H Schloss and text ([4] p) laid in container; Includes the composer's Variations and fugue on a theme by Handel, arr for orchestra by Edmund Rubbra], 1965.

9 260

Brahms, Johannes, A German requiem: Phyllis Curtin, soprano; Jerome Hines, bass; Mormon Tabernacle Choir; Richard P Condie, director; Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([New York, N.Y.]: Columbia, 3 sound discs: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) Masterworks [Label: M2S 686 (MS 6466--MS 6467); Automatic sequence; Durations: 87 min, 40 sec (Requiem); 23 min, 20 sec (Variations); Program notes by Walter Niemann and Edwin H Schloss and text ([4] p) laid in container; Includes the composer's Variations and fugue on a theme by Handel, arr for orchestra by Edmund Rubbra], 1965.

15 446

Brahms, Johannes, Alto rhapsody, op. 53: Shirley Verrett, mezzo-soprano (1st work); men of the Temple University Choir (1st work); Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([New York, N.Y.]: RCA Red Seal, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [Words of 1st work by Goethe; sung in German; Durations: 14 min, 27 sec; 14 min, 35 sec; 17 min, 18 sec; Also issued in cassette: ARK1 3001; Program notes by Audrey-Cecelia Lelash and text with English translation on container], 1979.

11 323

Brahms, Johannes, Alto rhapsody: Marian Anderson, alto; Male Chorus of the University of Pennsylvania Choral Society; Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor (Camden, N.J: Victor, 1 sound disc (38 min., 14 sec.): 12 in, analog, 78 rpm,) A Victor musical masterpiece [Victor: M-555 (15408, 1919, 15409); For alto, men's chorus and orchestra (1st work); accompaniment of the 2nd to 4th works, originally for piano, arranged for orchestra; "Red seal record;" Words of the 1st work by Goethe; Program notes with song texts in German and English [6] p inserted], circa 1960s.

27 533

Brahms, Johannes, Brahms' greatest hits: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor (1st work); New York Philharmonic; Leonard Bernstein, conductor (2nd-4th & 7th works); Philippe Entremont, piano (5th work); Andre Kostelanetz, conductor (6th work) ([New York, N.Y.]: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, micro stereo) [Title from container; Biographical note on container; The 1st and 2nd works originally for piano, 4 hands; the 6th work originally for voice and piano; arr for orchestra Hungarian dance no 5 (3:21) -- Hungarian dance no 6 (3:00) -- Finale from Symphony no 1, in C minor, op 68 (16:15) -- Academic festival overture, op 80 (10:12) -- Waltz no 15, in A-flat major, op 39 (1:46) -- Lullaby (2:32) -- Third movement from Symphony no 3 in F major, op 90 (5:47)], 1971.

6 161

Brahms, Johannes, Concerto in A minor for violin, cello and orchestra, op. 102: Gala performance!: Isaac Stern, violin; Leonard Rose, violoncello; Eugene Istomin, piano; Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([New York]: Columbia, 2 sound discs: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, mono) Masterworks [], 1966.

16 451

Brahms, Johannes, Concerto in A minor: Isaac Stern, violin; Leonard Rose, violoncello; Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor (1st work); Walter Trampler, viola; Isaac Stern, violin; London Symphony Orchestra; Isaac Stern, conductor (2d work) ([United States]: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) Masterworks [Duration: 34 min, 9 sec; Playable also on monaural equipment; Program notes by Jean K Wolf on container], 1969.

9 241

Brahms, Johannes, Concerto in D major for violin and orchestra, op. 77: Joseph Szigeti, violin; Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([U.S.]: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, mono) Masterworks [Program notes by Paul Affelder on container], 1949.

5 137

Brahms, Johannes, Concerto in D major, for violin and orchestra, op. 77: Zino Francescatti, violin; Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([United States] Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, mono) Masterworks [Program notes by Charles Burr on container], circa 1970s.

3 54

Brahms, Johannes, Concerto in D major: Isaac Stern, violin; Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([New York, N.Y.]: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) Masterworks [Duration: 40 min, 3 sec; Program notes on container], 1960.

7 174

Brahms, Johannes, Concerto no. 1, in D minor, for piano and orchestra, op. 15: Rudolf Serkin, piano; Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor (U.S.A: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [Duration: 44 min, 28 sec; Program notes on container], 1962.

14 407

Brahms, Johannes, Concerto no. 2 in B-flat major for piano and orchestra: Rudolf Serkin, piano; Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([New York, NY]: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, mono) Masterworks [Duration: 48 min, 4 sec; Program notes on container], 1958.

14 397

Brahms, Johannes, Concerto no. 2, in B-flat major, for piano and orchestra, op. 83: Rudolf Serkin, piano; Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([New York]: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, mono) [Program notes by Charles Burr on slipcase], 1956.

3 52

Brahms, Johannes, Concerto pour piano et orchestre no. 2 en Si bémol, op. 83 (Concerto no. 2, in B-flat major, for piano and orchestra, op. 83): Eugene Istomin, piano; Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor (Paris: CBS Classique, 2 sound discs (99 min.): 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [Program notes by Marc Vignal in French on container; Made in France], 1984.

1 14

Brahms, Johannes, Double concerto in A minor, op. 102: Jascha Heifetz, violin; Emanuel Feuermann, violoncello; Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([United States]: RCA Victor, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, mono) A Treasury of immortal performances [Program notes on container; Reissue; "Red Seal Collector's Issue"], 1970.

13 368

Brahms, Johannes, Double concerto: Jascha Heifetz, violin; Emanuel Feuermann, violoncello; Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor (Camden, N.J: Victor, 5 sound discs: 12 in., analog, 78 rpm) ["Red seal record"], 1938.

20 489

Brahms, Johannes, Klavierquartett g-moll, op. 25: Junge Deutsche Philharmonie; Hans Zender, conductor ([Hamburg]: Deutsche Grammophon, 1 sound disc: 12 in., 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [arranged by Arnold Schönberg; Edition recorded: G Schirmer, c1967; Program notes by Knut Franke in German, English, and French on container; Notes for duration of pieces written on album cover and record label by Eugene Ormandy], 1961.

29 557

Brahms, Johannes, Symphony no. 1 in C minor, op. 68: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor (U.S.A: Columbia Masterworks, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, mono) [Program notes on container], 1951.

5 117

Brahms, Johannes, Symphony no. 1, in C minor, op. 68: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ( 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) Columbia masterworks. [Program notes by Charles Burr on container], 1959.

7 182

Brahms, Johannes, Symphony no. 2 in D major, op. 73: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([S.l.]: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, mono) Masterworks [Program notes by Charles Burr on container], circa 1950s.

4 85

Brahms, Johannes, Symphony no. 3 in F major, op. 90: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([New York]: Columbia 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm) Masterworks [Program notes on container], circa 1940s.

5 131

Brahms, Johannes, Symphony no. 4 in E minor, op. 98: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([New York]: Columbia 1 sound disc: 12 in., 33 1/3 rpm mono) Masterworks [Program notes by Paul Affelder on container], circa 1940s.

5 136

Brahms, Johannes, The four symphonies: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([New York, NY]: Columbia, 3 sound discs: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm stereo) The Fabulous Philadelphia sound series. [Automatic sequence; Notes ([2] p) by L Gerber in container; includes timings of each movement], 1970.

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Brahms, Johannes, Trio in E-flat major for piano, violin and horn, op. 40: Mieczyslaw Horszowski, piano; Alexander Schneider, violin; Mason Jones, horn (New York, N.Y: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., 33 1/3 rpm, mono) Columbia masterworks [Inscribed to Eugene Ormandy by Mason Jones: For Maestro Eugene Ormandy with thanks, Mason Jones, Nov 1954; Program notes by Charles Burr on container], 1981.

38 646

Brahms, Johannes, Variations on theme by Haydn: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([United States]: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [The 2d work originally for piano; arranged for orchestra by Edmund Rubbra; Duration: 18 min, 49 sec, and 23 min, 20 sec; Playable also on monaural equipment; Program notes by Douglas Townsend on container], 1970.

9 245

Britten, Benjamin, Cantata academica: Jennifer Vyvyan, soprano (1st work); Helen Watts, alto (1st work); Peter Pears, tenor (1st work); Owen Brannigan, bass (1st work); Chorus of the London Symphony Orchestra; London Symphony Orchestra; George Malcolm, conductor (England: L'Oiseau-Lyre, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [The 1st work for solo voices (SATB), chorus, and orchestra; the remainder for unaccompanied chorus; Program notes by Phillip Radcliffe on container; Notes for filing order and duration of pieces written on album cover by Eugene Ormandy], 1964.

29 558

Britten, Benjamin, Peter Grimes: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor (New York, N.Y: RCA Red Seal, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [Program notes by Christopher Palmer on container Four sea interludes: Dawn; Sunday morning; Moonlight; Storm -- Passacaglia / B Britten -- Fantasia on a theme by Thomas Tallis / R Vaughan Williams], 1978.

11 318

Britten, Benjamin, Serenade, op. 31, for tenor solo, horn, and strings: Peter Pears, tenor; Barry Tuckwell, horn; London Symphony Orchestra; Benjamin Britten, conductor (New York: London, 1 sound disc (52 min.): 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [The 2nd work is a set of variations; Program notes on container; text on leaf inserted; Notes for duration of pieces written on album cover by Eugene Ormandy], 1964.

29 559

Britten, Benjamin, Young person's guide to the orchestra, op. 34: Variations on a theme of Frank Bridge: London Symphony Orchestra (in 1st work); English Chamber Orchestra (in 2d work); the composer conducting (New York: London, 2 sound discs: 12 in., 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [Durations: 16 min, 30 sec; 26 min, 40 sec; Program notes on container; Notes for filing order and duration of pieces written on album cover by Eugene Ormandy], 1963.

29 560

Bruckner, Anton, Symphony no. 4 in E-flat major: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor (New York, N.Y: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) Masterworks [Program notes by Jack Diether on container], 1972.

6 152

Bruckner, Anton, Symphony no. 5, in B-flat major: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor; with Maria Stader, soprano, Helen Vanni, mezzo-soprano, Stanley Kolk, tenor, Donald Gramm, bass, and Temple University Choirs, Robert E Page, director in the 2d work ([United States]: Columbia, 3 sound discs (124 min): 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) Masterworks [Duration: 1 hr, 12 min, 24 sec, and 18 min, 30 sec, respectively; Automatic sequence; Program notes by Jack Diether and text of the Te Deum, with English translation, on container; "The Temple University Choirs are composed of selected singers from the four undergraduate choirs of the College of Music"], 1963.

10 265

Bruckner, Anton, Symphony no. 7 in E (original version): Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor (New York: RCA Red Seal, 1 sound disc (38 min.): 12 in., analog, 33-1/3 rpm, stereo) [Duration: 55 min, 38 sec; Program notes by Winthrop Sargeant], 1969.

12 345

Bruckner, Anton, Symphony no. 7, in E major: Columbia Symphony Orchestra; Bruno Walter, conductor ([United States]: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) Columbia masterworks [Automatic sequence; Duration: 1 hr, 4 min, 20 sec; Program notes on container; Notes for filing order and duration of pieces written on album cover by Eugene Ormandy], 1961.

29 561

Bruckner, Anton, Symphony no. 7, in E major: Minneapolis Symphony Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor (Camden, N.J: Victor, 5 sound discs: 12 in., analog, 78 rpm) A Victor musical masterpiece [Includes notes ([4] p) inserted], 1937.

22 500

Carter, Elliott, Symphony no. 1: Louisville Orchestra; Robert Whitney, conductor (Louisville, Ky: Louisville Philharmonic Society, 1 sound disc: 12 in., 33 1/3 rpm) Louisville Orchestra first edition records [Program notes inserted in container; Notes for duration of pieces written on record label by Eugene Ormandy], circa 1970s.

29 562

Carnival in Vienna!: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([United States]: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) Masterworks [Program notes on container; Contains orchestral works principally by Johann Strauss, Jr Fire-bell polka (Feverfest) / Josef Strauss Tritsch-Tratsch polka; Roses from the South; Hunting polka; New pizzicato polka; Thunder and lightning polka; Explosions polka; Wine, women and song; Annen polka; Thousand and one nights; Leichtes blut polka (Young-in-heart polka) / Johann Strauss], 1963.

14 408

Chadwick, G. W. Symphonic sketches: Eastman-Rochester Orchestra; Howard Hanson, conductor ([Netherlands]: Mercury, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [Previously released: SR 90018, SR 90206, SR 90423; Durations: 31:00; 16:23; Program notes by David Hall on container; Notes for duration of pieces written on album cover by Eugene Ormandy], 1964.

29 563

Chausson, Ernest, Poème for violin and orchestra, op. 25: Zino Francescatti, violin; The Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor (U.S.A: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 10 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, mono) [Program notes on container], 1950.

19 487

Chopin, Frédéric, Chopin's greatest hits: Philippe Entremont, piano (2nd, 6th, 9th works); New York Philharmonic (1st work); Columbia Symphony Orchestra (10th work); Andre Kostelanetz, conductor (1st, 10th works); Philadelphia Orchestra, Eugene Ormandy, conductor (3rd-5th, 7th-8th, 11th works) (New York, N.Y: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) Masterworks [All works orig for piano; the 1st, 3rd-5th, 7th-8th, and 10th-11th arr for orchestra; Program notes on container Military polonaise: op 40, no 1 (4:28) -- Minute waltz: in D-flat major: op 64, no 1 (1:52) -- Waltz in C-sharp minor, op 64, no 2 (4:24) -- Mazurka in D major, op 33, no 2 (2:27) -- Nocturne in E-flat major, op 9, no 2 / arr Arthur Harris(5:00) -- Fantaisie-Impromptu: op 66 (4:55) -- Waltz in G-flat major, op 70, no 1 (1:48) -- Prelude in A major, op 28, no 7 (2:45) -- Polonaise in A-flat major, op 53 (6:59) -- Etude in E major, op 10, no 3 / arr Arthur Harris (4:36) -- Grande valse brillante: in E-flat major: op 18 (5:05)], 1969.

9 248

Chopin, Frédéric, Concerto no. 1 in E minor, op. 11: Emanuel Ax, piano; Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor (New York, N.Y: RCA Red Seal, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [Digital recording; Program notes by Charles Suttoni and note about digital recording by John Pfeiffer on container], 1978.

12 338

Chopin, Frédéric, Concerto no. 1 in E minor, op. 11: Emil Gilels, piano; Philadelphia Orchestra, Eugene Ormandy, conductor (U.S.A: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, mono) [Program notes by John Ardoin on container], 1955.

5 109

Chopin, Frédéric, Concerto no. 1 in E minor, op. 11: Emil Gilels, piano; Philadelphia Orchestra, Eugene Ormandy, conductor (U.S.A: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [Program notes by John Ardoin on container], 1965.

14 421

Chopin, Frédéric, Concerto no. 1, in E minor for piano and orchestra, op. 11: Alexander Brailowsky, piano; Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([New York, N.Y.]: Odyssey, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) ["Previously released as [Columbia] MS 6252;" Duration: about 36 min, 30 sec; Program notes on container], 1972.

10 276

Chopin, Frédéric, Concerto no. 1, in E minor, for piano and orchestra, op. 11: Alexander Brailowsky, piano; Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor (U.S: Columbia, 1 sound disc (49 min.): 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [Durations: 36:30; 15:15; Program notes by Edwin H Schloss and Max de Schauensee on container], 1961.

6 169

Chopin, Frédéric, Concerto no. 2 in F minor, op. 21: Emanuel Ax, piano; Philadelphia Orchestra, Eugene Ormandy, conductor (in 1st work) ([New York, N.Y.]: RCA Red Seal, 1 sound disc (52 min.): 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [Durations: circa 33 min; circa 5 min; 10 min, 3 sec; Also issued in cassette (ARK1-2868); Program notes by Leonard Burkat and biographical notes on the pianist on container], 1978.

11 319

Chopin, Frédéric, Concerto no. 2, in F minor, op. 21: Artur Rubinstein, piano; Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([New York, N.Y.]: RCA Red Seal, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [Playable also on monaural equipment; Program notes by Joseph Roddy on slipcase], 1969.

14 418

Choral works of Bartók, Kodály, Bárdos, Morley and Purcell [sound recording] /: Kodály Center of America Women's Chorus, Sean (John Brown) Deibler, conductor; Mixed Chamber Chorus, Eva Vendrie, [ie Vendrei], conductor (Needham, Mass: Vogt Quality Recordings, 2 sound discs: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [VQR [Vogt Quality Recordings]: CSRV 2907; on container: L-2607; Inscribed to Eugene Ormandy by Denise Bacon, KCA director: "To Eugene Ormandy with pride and gratitude to a most important member of KCA's Sponsor's Council Denise Bacon 1-24-'79" Spring; Only tell me / Bartók The angels and the shepherds; Psalm 150; Ave Maria; See the gypsies; Straw guy / Kodály (Women's chorus) -- We gather here together / 16th century German madrigal (arr) In these delightful pleasant groves / Purcell Sing we and chant it / Morley Three Hungarian folk songs III, In the village / Bartók Horatii Carmen / Kodály Dana-dana / Bárdos (Mixed Chamber Chorus)], 1968.

38 651

Chou, Wen-Chung, Soliloquy of a bhiksuni /: Leon Raper, trumpet (1st work); Louisville Orchestra, Robert Whitney, conductor (Louisville, Ky: Louisville Orchestra, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, mono) [The 1st work for solo trumpet, 4 horns, 3 trombones, tuba, and percussion (3 players); Program notes by Chou Wên-chung and Fanny Brandeis (1 leaf) included; Notes for filing order and duration of pieces written on album cover by Eugene Ormandy], 1975.

29 564

Columbia Records presents the sound of genius: (New York: Columbia 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, mono) [Title from container; "19 favorites by 18 of the world's finest artists;" Biographical notes on container; Various artists, orchestras, and conductors including Eugene Ormandy and the Philadelphia Orchestra on 4 selections Capriccio Espagnol / Rimsky-Korsakov -- Symphonic variations finale / Franck -- Violin concerto in E minor (finale) / Mendelssohn Marriage of Figaro (overture) / Mozart -- Spinning song, op 67, no 4, Songs without words Op 62, no 1/ Mendelssohn -- Petroushka, Danse Russe / Stravinsky -- Violin concerto in D Major (finale) / Tchaikovsky -- Prince of Denmark's March / Clarke -- Song of the birds / Casals -- Quartet in G minor (Scherzo) / Debussy -- Piano concerto no 5, Largo (Popularly known as Arioso) / Bach -- Swan Lake Ballet (final scene) / Tchaikovsky --Love for Three Oranges-March / Prokofiev -- Clair De Lune / Debussy -- West side story, Tonight / Bernstein -- Polonaise in A-flat Major / Chopin --La Boheme, Mi Chiamano Mimi / Puccini -- The Lord's Prayer / Malotte], 1963.

7 187

Commemorating 100 years: (Ann Arbor, Mich: The University of Michigan Records, 3 sound discs: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [Title from container; "A limited-edition album presented by The University of Michigan School of Music and the University Musical Society in commemoration of their centennial years;" Durations on labels; Program notes ([7] p) inserted in container Symphony, no 5 in C minor, op 67; Leonore overture, no 3, op 72 a / Ludwig van Beethoven -- Divertimento for strings / Béla Bartók], 1970.

17 469

Copland, Aaron, Appalachian spring: Boston Symphony Orchestra, the composer conducting (New York: RCA Victor, 1 sound disc: 12 in., 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [Duration: 25 min, 12 sec, and 20 min, 31 sec, respectively; Program notes by William Flanagan on container; Notes for filing order and duration of pieces written on album cover by Eugene Ormandy], 1977.

29 566

Copland, Aaron, Appalachian spring: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([New York]: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, mono) Masterworks [Program notes by Charles Burr on container], 1956.

3 51

Copland, Aaron, Billy the Kid: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([New York, N.Y.]: RCA Red Seal 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [Duration: 19 min, 46 sec, and 24 min, 54 sec; Program notes on container], 1971.

13 352

Copland, Aaron, Copland's greatest hits: Philadelphia Orchestra, Eugene Ormandy, conductor (1st work); New York Philharmonic, Leonard Bernstein, conductor (2d and 5th works); London Symphony Orchestra, Aaron Copland, conductor (3d-4th works) ([United States]: Columbia, 2 sound discs: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) Masterworks [Program notes on container Fanfare for the common man -- El salón México -- Celebration from Billy the Kid -- Hoe down from Rodeo -- Appalachian spring], 1977.

9 251

Copland, Aaron, Fanfare for the common man: Adlai Stevenson, narrator (2nd work); Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([S.l.]: CBS Masterworks, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [2nd work a monologue with orchestra; 3rd work a suite; Durations: 2:50; 15:12; 17:43; Program notes by James Goodfriend on container], 1965.

8 214

Corelli, Arcangelo, Suite for string orchestra: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([New York, N.Y.]: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 78 rpm) Masterworks [ Sarabande; Gigue; Badinerie], circa 1940s.

25 517

Cotrubas, Ileana. Arias by Mozart, Donizetti, Verdi, and Puccini: Ileana Cotrubas, soprano; New Philharmonia Orchestra; John Pritchard, conductor (New York, N.Y: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) Columbia masterworks [Title from container; Program notes on container; texts of arias with English translation ([2] p) inserted in container; Notes for filing order and duration of pieces written on album cover by Eugene Ormandy Don Pasquale So anch'io la virtù magica / Donizetti (6:13) -- Le nozze di Figaro Giunse alfin il momento / Deh vieni non tardar (5:18); Die Zauberflöte Ach ich fühl's (4:18); Die Entführung aus dem Serail Ach ich liebte / Doch wie schnell schwand meine Freude (5:28) / Mozart -- Turandot Morte di Liù: Tu, che di gel sei cinta (2:24); La rondine Chi il bel sogno di Doretta / Folle amore! (3:05); La bohème Mi chiamano Mimì(5:16) / Puccini -- Rigoletto Caro nome che il mio cor (5:11); La forza del destino Pace, pace, mio Dio (5:21) / Verdi], 1956.

29 567

Cowell, Henry, Symphony no. 7: Vienna Symphony Orchestra; William Strickland, conductor ([New York]: M-G-M Records, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, mono) [Editions recorded: New York, Peer International Corp [1953] and New York, Associated Music Publishers [1949]; Descriptive notes by Edward Cole on container; Notes for filing order written on album cover by Eugene Ormandy Notes for duration of pieces written on record label by Eugene Ormandy], 1954.

29 568

Dallapiccola, Luigi, Variazioni per orchestra /: Louisville Orchestra; Robert Whitney, conductor (Louisville, Ky: Louisville Orchestra, 1 sound disc (ca. 50 min.): 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, mono) Louisville Orchestra commissioning series [Program notes by the composers inserted in container; Notes for filing order, duration of pieces, and personal evaluation of pieces written on album cover by Eugene Ormandy "Good!" is written next to "Dallapiccola", "fair" is written next to "Moncayo", "just fair" is written next to "Kay", and "bad!" is written next to "Milhaud"], 1967.

30 569

Debussy, Claude, Afternoon of a faun: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor; William Kincaid, flute (1st work); Philadelphia Orchestra Chorus, women's voices; William R Smith, conductor (3rd work) (U.S.A: Columbia Masterworks, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, mono) [Title from container; Notes by Charles Burr on container -- Prelude to the afternoon of a faun / Debussy --Dapnis and Chloe, Suite no 2 / Ravel -- Nocturnes / Debussy], 1956.

3 55

Debussy, Claude, Afternoon of a faun; La Mer: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor (New York: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., 33 1/3 rpm, micro, stereo) Masterworks. [], 1959.

7 180

Debussy, Claude, La damoiselle élue: Bidú Sayaö, soprano, Rosalind Nadell, contralto, Women's chorus of the University of Pennsylvania, Robert Elmore, director (1st work); Robert Casadesus, piano (2nd work); Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([New York]: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, mono) Masterworks [Program notes in English and text of the 1st work in English on container], circa 1940s.

5 132

Debussy, Claude, La mer (The Sea): Philharmonic-Symphony Orchestra of New York; Dimitri Mitropoulous, conductor (1st work, La mer): Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor, (2d work, Ibéria) ([S.l.]: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, mono) [Program notes on container], 1951.

5 119

Debussy, Claude, La mer: NBC Symphony Orchestra; Arturo Toscanini, conductor (New York: RCA Victrola, 2 sound discs: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, mono) [Program notes on container by R L Carson; First piece recorded June 1, 1950 in Studio 8-H; 2nd piece recorded Jan 7, 1952 in Carnegie Hall; 3rd piece recorded June 2, 1950 in Studio 8-H; Notes for filing order and duration of pieces written on album cover by Eugene Ormandy], 1972.

30 570

Debussy, Claude, La mer: Philadelphia Orchestra; Mendelssohn Club Chorus of Philadelphia, Robert Page, director (in 2d work, Ravel); Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([New York, N.Y.]: RCA Red Seal, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, quad) [Duration: 24 min, 19 sec; 16 min, 10 sec; 10 min, 23 sec; Program notes by Clair W Van Ausdall on container], 1973.

10 284

Debussy, Claude, Le martyre de Saint Sébastien: Vera Zorina, narrator; Hilde Guedon, soprano; Ethelwyn Whitmore, Natalie Moeckel, mezzo-sopranos; Philadelphia Orchestra Chorus, William Smith, director; Musical Art Society of Camden, Henry C Smith, director; Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([N.Y.]: Columbia, 2 sound discs: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, mono) Masterworks [Automatic sequence; Program notes by Charles Burr on container; text of the play, with English translation ([8] p ill) laid in container], 1956.

9 263

Debussy, Claude, Prélude à l'après-midi d'un faune: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([New York, N.Y.]: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 10 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, mono) [Program notes on container], 1951.

19 479

Debussy, Claude, The Debussy album: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([New York, N.Y.]: Columbia, 2 sound discs: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) Masterworks [Title from container; Biographical notes by Charles B Yulish on container La mer; Nocturnes; Prélude à l'après-midi d'un faune; Danses sacrée et profane, for harp and string orchestra (Marilyn Costello, harp); Clair de lune / arranged by L Cailliet; Danse / orchestrated by M Ravel; Rêverie / arranged by W Smith], 1979.

6 144

Delius, Frederick, A mass of life: Heather Harper, soprano; Helen Watts, contralto; Robert Tear, tenor; Benjamin Luxon, baritone; London Philharmonic Choir & Orchestra; Charles Groves, conductor ([Hollywood, Calif.]: Angel, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) ["Recorded under the auspices of the Delius Trust;" Duration: 1 hr, 53 min, 28 sec; Automatic sequence; Program notes by Eric Fenby and text, with English translation ([5] p) inserted in container; Notes for duration of pieces written on album cover by Eugene Ormandy], 1977.

30 571

Delius, Frederick, Brigg Fair: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor (U.S.A: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 10 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) Masterworks. [Program notes by Max de Schauensee and Sir Thomas Beecham on container], 1950.

7 191

Dream of love: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([New York, N.Y.]: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) Fabulous Philadelphia sound series [Program notes on container Dream of love / Liszt (arr V Herbert) Für Elise / Beethoven (arr W Smith) None but the lonely heart / Tchaikovsky (arr A Harris) Clair de lune / Debussy (arr L Caillet) Love-death from Tristan und Isolde / Wagner Barcarolle from The tales of Hoffmann / Offenbach (arr M Rosenthal) The young prince and the young princess, from Scheherazade / Rimsky-Korsakov Theme from Romeo and Juliet / Tchaikovsky Serenade / Schubert (arr A Harris)], circa 1950s.

16 456

Dvořák, Antonín, Concerto in A minor for violin and orchestra, op. 53: Isaac Stern, violin; Philadelphia Orchestra, Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([New York]: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) Masterworks [Program notes by Hans Fantel on container], 1967.

15 441

Dvořák, Antonín, Concerto in A minor for violin and orchestra, op. 53: Isaac Stern, violin; Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([S.l.]: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, mono) Masterworks [Duration: 32 min, 27 sec and 13 min, respectively; Program notes by Hans Fantel on container], 1966.

4 100

Dvořák, Antonín, Concerto in B minor for cello and orchestra, op. 104: Gregor Piatigorsky, violoncello; Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([New York, N.Y.]: Odyssey, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, mono) ["Formerly released on [Columbia] ML 4022;" Duration: circa 36 min; Program notes on container], 1977.

10 268

Dvořák, Antonín, Concerto in B minor for cello and orchestra, op. 104: Leonard Rose, violoncello; Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor (U.S.A: Columbia, 1 sound disc (35 min.): 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) Masterworks [Durations: 38:53; 16:45; Program notes by Edward Cole on container], 1965.

14 422

Dvořák, Antonín, Concerto in B minor, for cello and orchestra, op. 104: Leonard Rose, violoncello; Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor (U.S.A: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, mono) Masterworks [Program notes by Edward Cole on container], 1965.

5 108

Dvořák, Antonín, Ormandy conducts Dvořák: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor (New York: RCA Red Seal, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [Program notes by Herbert Kupferberg on container Symphony no 7, in D minor, op 70], 1980.

11 328

Dvořák, Antonín, Symphony no. 5 [i.e. 9] in E minor op. 95: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([New York]: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, mono) Masterworks [], circa 1940s.

5 135

Dvořák, Antonín, Symphony no. 5 in E minor, op. 95: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([New York]: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, mono) Masterworks [Program notes by Charles Burr on slipcase], 1956.

3 53

Dvořák, Antonín, Symphony no. 8 in G, op. 88: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor (New York, N.Y: RCA Red Seal, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [Program notes by Herbert Kupferberg on container], 1983.

11 331

Dvořák, Antonín, Symphony no. 9 in E minor, op. 95: London Symphony Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor (New York, N.Y: Columbia, 2 sound discs: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [Program notes by Phillip Ramey on container], 1979.

17 468

Dvořák, Antonín, Symphony no. 9 in E minor, op. 95: New world symphony: Louis Rosenblatt, English horn; Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([New York, N.Y.]: RCA Red Seal, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [Program notes by Herbert Kupferberg on container], 1978.

11 322

Elgar, Edward, Cello concerto, op. 85: Jacqueline Du Pré, violoncello; Philadelphia Orchestra (in op 85); London Philharmonic Orchestra (in op 36); Daniel Barenboim, conductor (New York, N.Y: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [Op 85 is a "live recording;" Durations: circa 32 min; 30 min, 24 sec; Program notes by P Ramey on container; From the collection of Eugene Ormandy], 1962.

30 572

Enesco, Georges, Roumanian rhapsody: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([United States]: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, mono) Masterworks [Program notes by Charles Burr on container], 1956.

13 375

Fauré, Gabriel, Requiem, op. 48. Cantique de Jean Racine: Vocal soloists; Philippe Caillard Chorale; National Orchestra of the Monte Carlo Opera; Louis Frémaux, conductor ([United States]: Epic, 1 sound disc: 12 in., 33 1/3 rpm stereo) [Duration: 34 min, 41 sec, and 4 min, 41 sec, respectively; Texts, with English translations and program notes by James Goodfriend, on container], 1957.

30 574

Fauré, Gabriel, Requiem: op. 48: Victoria de los Angeles, soprano; Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau, baritone; Choeurs élisabeth Brasseur; Orchestre de la Société des Concerts du Conservatoire, Paris; Henriette Puig-Roget, organ; André Cluytens, conductor ([S.l.]: Angel, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [Notes for duration of pieces written on record label by Eugene Ormandy], 1964.

30 573

Favorite romantic waltzes: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([New York, NY]: Columbia, 2 sound discs: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) Masterworks [Program notes by Leslie Rubinstein on container; Selections by Offenbach arranged by Rosenthal Grande valse brillante from Les Sylphides / Chopin Waltz from Coppélia, act 1 / Delibes Waltz from The Sleeping Beauty, act 1 / Tchaikovsky Waltz of the red lady from Gaîté Parisienne / Offenbach Waltz from Serenade for strings; Final waltz and apotheosis from the Nutcracker, act 2 / Tchaikovsky Waltz of the baron and the gloveseller from Gaîté Parisienne / Offenbach Waltz of the flowers from the Nutcracker, act 2 / Tchaikovsky Waltz in C-sharp minor from Les Sylphides / Chopin Waltz, entrance of the Baron from Gaîté Parisienne / Offenbach Waltz of the Swans from Swan Lake, act 1 / Tchaikovsky], 1965.

15 450

Finlandia: Mormon Tabernacle Choir (4th work); Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([New York, N.Y.]: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) Masterworks [Title from container; Program notes on container Peer Gynt suite no 1 / Grieg -- Valse triste / Sibelius -- Swedish rhapsody / Alfven --Finlandia / Sibelius], 1961.

7 172

Fireworks!: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([U.S.A.]: Columbia, 1 sound disc (37 min.): 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) Masterworks [Program notes by Norman Eisenberg on container Sabre dance, from Gayne, ballet suite / Khatchaturian -- The ride of the Valkyries, from Die Walküre / Wagner -- Dance of the tumblers, from The snow maiden / Rimsky-Korsakov -- Bacchanale, from Samson and Delilah / Saint-Saëns -- Comedians' galop, from The comedians / Kabalevsky -- In the hall of the mountain king, from Peer Gynt, suite no 1 / Grieg -- The sorcerer's apprentice / Dukas], 1965.

14 410

First-chair encores [sound recording]: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([New York]: CBS Masterworks, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) Masterworks [Manual sequence; Vol 1 and Vol 2 in 2 containers; Program notes on containers v 1 Introduction and tarantelle, op 43 / Sarasate (Anshel Brusilow, violin) Aria and dance / Cooley (Carlton Cooley, viola) Elégie, op 24 / Fauré (Lorne Munroe, violoncello) Concerto in E major: Allegro moderato / Vaňhal (Roger Scott, double bass) Concertino, op 29 / Riisager (Gilbert Johnson, trumpet) Morceau de concert, op 94 / Saint-Saéns (Mason Jones, horn) Morceau symphonique, op 88 / Guilmant (Henry Charles Smith, trombone) -- v 2 Concerto in C minor, for oboe and [string] orchestra / B [ie A] Marcello (John De Lancie, oboe) Hungarian fantasy for bassoon and orchestra / KM von Weber (Bernard Garfield, bassoon) Danses sacrée et profane, for harp and string orchestra / Debussy (Marilyn Costello, harp) Concertino for marimba and orchestra, op 21 / Creston (Charles Owen, marimba) Suite modale, for flute and orchestra / Bloch (Murray Panitz, flute) Rhapsody no 1, for clarinet and orchestra / Debussy (Anthony Gigliotti, clarinet)], 1967.

8 225

Five treasured recordings from the heritage of greatness on RCA Red Seal: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor (New York, N.Y: RCA, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, mono) [Title from container; Program notes by John Briggs on container [s1] Ormandy in conversation with Roger Hall "Pathetique" symphony: Excerpt from the first movement / Tchaikovsky Concerto for violin / N Paganini-F Kreisler (F Kreisler, violin)--[s 2] Alto rhapsody / J Brahms (M Anderson, contralto) Lohengrin's farewell / R Wagner (L Melchoir, tenor) Don Quixote: Final variation / R Strauss (E Feuermann, violoncello) Fidelio: Abscheulicher! / L van Beethoven (K Flagstad, soprano)], 1970.

13 363

Franck, César, Symphonic variations for piano and orchestra: Robert Casadesus, piano; Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([New York, N.Y.]: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [Program notes by Charles Burr on container], 1959.

14 399

Franck, César, Symphonic variations: Robert Casadesus, piano; Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([U.S.]: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, mono) Masterworks [Program notes by Charles Burr on container], 1959.

3 70

Franck, César, Symphonic variations: Robert Casadesus, piano; the Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor (New York: Odyssey, 4 sound discs: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) ["Previously released as [Columbia] MS 6070"], 1970.

9 258

Franck, César, Symphony in D minor: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([New York, N.Y.]: Columbia, 2 sound discs: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) Masterworks. [Duration: 29:52; Program notes on container], 1963.

7 196

Franck, César, Symphony in D minor: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([New York, N.Y.]: Odyssey, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) The Great Columbia stereo recordings ["Previously released as [Columbia] MS 6297 [1962]" Container; Duration: about 40 min; Program notes on container], 1976.

10 270

Franck, César, Symphony in D minor: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor (New York: Columbia Masterworks, 3 sound discs: 12 in., analog, 78 rpm) [Notes by Paul Affelder on container], circa 1930s.

21 495

Frescobaldi, Girolamo, Quattro pezzi /: Orchestra of the Accademia di Santa Cecilia, Rome; Fernando Previtali, conductor ([England?]: London, 2 sound discs: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, mono) [Pezzi 1, 2 & 4 arranged from Toccate e canzoni, book 2 (1637); Pezzo 3 from Fiori musicali; Program notes by Jeremy Noble on slipcase Quattro pezzi: Toccata [no 5] per organo; Canzone [no 5] per organo e cembalo; Toccata, Avanti la messa della Domencia, per organo; Canzone [no 1] per organo o cembalo / Frescobaldi -- Concerto no 1 for orchestra / Petrassi], 1967.

30 575

Gershwin, George, An American in Paris: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([New York, N.Y.]: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) Masterworks [], 1969.

9 242

Gershwin, George, Concerto in F: Philippe Entremont, piano; Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([New York, N.Y.]: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) Masterworks [Program notes by Edward Jablonski on container], 1971.

8 228

Gershwin, George, Levant plays Gershwin: Oscar Levant, piano; Philadelphia Orchestra, Eugene Ormandy, conductor (in 1st work); Philharmonic-Symphony Orchestra of New York, Artur Rodzinski, conductor (in 2nd work); Philharmonic-Symphony Orchestra of New York, Andre Kostelanetz, conductor (in 3rd work) ([New York]: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, mono) [Program notes by Charles Burr on container Rhapsody in blue -- An American in Paris -- Concerto in F for piano and orchestra], 1955.

2 28

Gershwin, George, Rhapsody in blue: Oscar Levant, piano; Philadelphia Orch, Eugene Ormandy, conductor (in the 1st work) ([New York?]: Columbia Masterworks, 5 sound discs: 12 in., analog, 78 rpm) [Automatic sequence; Notes on jacket], 1935.

21 498

Gershwin, George, Rhapsody in blue: Oscar Levant, piano; Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor (1st work); New York Philharmonic; Artur Rodzinski, conductor (2nd work) (New York: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, mono) Masterworks [Duration: 15:00; 20:00; Program notes by Paul Affelder on container], 1949.

5 134

Gershwin, George, The Gershwin album: Philippe Entremont, piano (in 1st and 2d works); Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([New York, N.Y.]: Columbia, 2 sound discs: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) Masterworks [Manual sequence; Program notes by Edward Jablonski on container Concerto in F, for piano and orchestra -- Rhapsody in blue (complete uncut version) -- An American in Paris -- Porgy and Bess, a symphonic picture, arranged by Robert Russell Bennett], 1972.

6 147

Gesensway, Louis, Four squares of Philadelphia: Philadelphia Orchestra, with Oscar Treadwell, narrator (1st work); Eugene Ormandy, conductor (New York: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, mono) Masterworks. [Program notes on container Prologue Washington Square: early morning; Rittenhouse Square: afternoon; Logan Square at dusk; Franklin Square at night Epilogue / Gesensway -- Symphony no 4, op 51 / Persichetti], 1956.

3 56

Gesensway, Louis, Suite on Jewish themes; Five Russian pieces; String quartet no. 2: New Philadelphia String Quartet (Philadelphia, Pa: E. Horowitz, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [The 2nd work originally for orchestra; arranged by the composer; Belonged to Eugene Ormandy, but never opened Packaging removed at time of cataloging; Durations: 14:12; 9:12; 25:00; Program notes by Eleanor Gesensway and "Compositions by Louis Gesensway" on container], 1973.

30 577

Ginastera, Alberto, Sonata for piano (1952): Barbara Nissman, piano (The Netherlands: CBS, 1 sound disc (36 min.): 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [Program notes in English and Dutch inserted in container; Inscribed to Eugene Ormandy by Barbara Nissman: To Mr and Mrs Ormandy, With warmest regards and best wishes, Affectionately, Barbara, Feb 3 1982], 1979.

38 647

Ginastera, Alberto, String quartet no. 1. op. 20: Philarte Quartet (Luis Biava, Sidney Curtiss, Bert Phillips, Davyd Booth) (Nashville, Tenn: Gasparo, 3 sound discs (149 min.): 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [Durations: 19:11; 16:17; Program and biographical notes by Daniel Webster on container; Inscribed to Eugene Ormandy by members of the Philarte Quartet: "To Maestro Ormandy, With much admiration and appreciation for your artistic inspiration and encouragement Luis Biava, Davyd Booth, Sidney Curtiss, Bert Phillips"], 1967.

38 648

Glière, Reinhold Morit︠s︡evich, Ilya Murometz: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor (New York: RCA Red Seal, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [Duration: 58:46; Program notes by Joseph Roddy on slipcase], 1972.

13 359

Glière, Reinhold Morit︠s︡evich, Symphony no. 3, in B minor, op. 42: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([New York]: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, mono) [Program notes on container], 1957.

4 80

Glinka, Mikhail Ivanovich, Russlan and Ludmilla overture: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([New York, N.Y.]: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 10 in., analog, 78 rpm) Masterworks [], 1922.

25 530

God bless America: Mormon Tabernacle Choir; Richard P Condie, director; Alexander Schreiner, Frank Asper, organists; Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([N.Y.]: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [Program notes by James Goodfriend on container; Contains national songs and patriotic music God bless America -- America salute (When Johnny comes marching home) -- The battle cry of freedom -- O Columbia the gem of the ocean -- My country 'tis of thee -- The star-spangled banner -- Tramp, tramp, tramp -- America, the beautiful -- Goin' home (from "New World" Symphony) -- The stars and stripes forever -- Battle hymn of the Republic], 1970.

14 385

Gounod, Charles, Ave Maria: William Robyn, tenor (with violin and harp acc side 1); Eugene Ormandy, concertmaster, violin solo; Carl Schuetze, harp; Capitol Theatre Orchestra (side 2) (New York, N.Y: Cameo, 4 sound discs: 12 in., analog, 78 rpm) [Cameo: 1014 C4; 1016 B2 (matrix); Two recordings of the Bach-Gounod Ave Maria], circa 1940s.

26 531

Greatest hits: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([New York, NY]: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [Program notes on container Trumpet voluntary / Purcell Grand valse brillante from Les Sylphides / Chopin Träumerei / Schumann, arr Thomas Frost March of the Boyars / Halvorsen Bacchanale from Samson and Delilah / Saint-Säens Pomp and circumstance no 1 / Elgar Prayer from Hansel and Gretel / Humperdinck When Johnny comes marching home / arr Arthur Harris Habanera from Carmen suite / Bizet Wedding march from A midsummer night's dream / Mendelssohn], 1965.

15 449

Greensleeves: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([New York, N.Y.]: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) Masterworks [Title from container; Playable also on monaural equipment; "Letters from a song publisher" by Charlie Burr, on container Fantasia on Greensleeves / R Vaughan Williams -- Two elegiac melodies / E Grieg -- Serenade / Schubert -- To a wild rose / E MacDowell -- Londonderry air / arr A Harris -- Intermezzo from Cavalleria rusticana / P Mascagni -- Vocalise, op 34, no 1 / S Rachmaninoff -- I wonder as I wander / J J Niles -- Meditation from Thaïs / J Massenet], 1968.

8 236

Grieg, Edvard, Concerto in A minor for piano and orchestra, op. 16: Philippe Entremont, piano; Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([New York]: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, mono) [Program notes by Charles Burr on container], circa 1950s.

14 393

Grieg, Edvard, Concerto in A minor, op. 16: Van Cliburn, piano; Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor (New York, N.Y: RCA Red Seal, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [Program notes by Emily Coleman on container], 1960.

14 419

Grieg, Edvard, Grieg's greatest hits: Philippe Entremont, piano (1st work); Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor (1st, 4th, and 6th works); New York Philharmonic; Leonard Bernstein, conductor (2d work); Cleveland Orchestra, George Szell, conductor (3rd work); Columbia Symphony Orchestra; Andre Kostelanetz, conductor (5th work); Arthur Harris, arranger (5th and 6th works) (New York: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [2nd work originally for piano, 4 hands; 3rd & 4th works are excerpts from incidental music; 5th work originally for voice and piano; 6th work originally for piano; Program notes on container Concerto in A minor for piano and orchestra, op 16 (27:38); Norwegian dance, no 2, op 35 (2:34); Peer Gynt suite, no 1, op 46 (13:58); Homage march, from Sigurd Jorsalfar suite, op 56 (8:51); Ich liebe dich (2:45); March of the dwarfs, from Lyric suite, op 54 (3:21)], 1969.

14 414

Grieg, Edvard, Peer Gynt: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([New York]: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, mono) Masterworks [Program notes by Charles Burr on container], 1955.

5 110

Grieg, Edvard, Peer Gynt: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor; Judith Blegen, soprano (New York: RCA Red Seal, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [Program notes by Richard Freed on container Op 46: Morning; Ȧse's death; Anitra's dance; In the hall of the mountain king -- Op 55: Ingrid's lament; Arabian dance; Return of Peer Gynt; Solvejg's song (sung in Norwegian)], 1978.

11 316

Griffes, Charles Tomlinson, Pleasure dome of Kubla Khan: Minneapolis Symphony Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor (Camden, N.J: Victor, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 78 rpm) ["Red seal record"], 1940.

25 520

Grofé, Ferde, Grand Canyon suite: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([New York, N.Y.]: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) Masterworks [Program notes by Charles Burr on container], 1954.

7 185

Grofé, Ferde, Grand Canyon suite: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor (New York: Columbia Masterworks, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) Fabulous Philadelphia sound series [Program notes on container I Sunrise (5:12) -- II The painted desert (5:31) -- III On the trail (Norman Carol, violin; William Smith, celesta) (7:52) -- IV Sunset (4:40) -- V Cloudburst (9:21)], 1972.

6 159

Handel, George Frideric, Hallelujah chorus: Mormon Tabernacle Choir, Richard Condie, director; Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor (New York, N.Y: Columbia Masterworks, 1 sound disc: 12 in., 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [Principally oratorio excerpts; sung in English; Title from container; Manuscript notations on container; Program notes by Thomas Frost on container Awake the trumpet's lofty sound: from Samson (2:14) -- See the conqu'ring hero comes! (3:50) [and] Sing unto God (2:57): from Judas Maccabaeus -- For unto us a child is born: from Messiah (4:13) -- Let their celestial concerts all unite: from Samson (3:14) -- Welcome, welcome mighty king [and] David, his ten thousands slew: from Saul (2:33) -- Coronation anthem no 1: Zadok, the priest (5:14) -- Hallelujah chorus: from Messiah (3:56) -- Holy art Thou: Largo from Xerxes (5:40) -- How excellent Thy name: from Saul (3:22) -- Hallelujah, amen: from Judas Maccabaeus (2:10) -- But as for his people (4:28) [and] Sing ye to the Lord (3:48): from Israel in Egypt], 1967.

8 229

Handel, George Frideric, Julius Caesar: Opera; Beverly Sills, soprano; Beverly Wolff, mezzo-soprano; Maureen Forrester; contralto; Norman Treigle, bass-baritone; with supporting soloists; New York City Opera Orchestra and Chorus; Julius Rudel, conductor (New York: RCA Victor, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [Automatic sequence; Notes on the opera by Alan Rich, on the production by the conductor, synopsis, and libretto, with English translation by Dale McAdoo (1 v) laid in container; Inscribed to Eugene Ormandy by Julius Rudel: "To Maestro Ormandy, in admiration, Julius Rudel" Notes for filing order written on album cover by Eugene Ormandy], circa 1970s.

38 649

Handel, George Frideric, Messiah: Eileen Farrell, soprano; Martha Lipton, contralto; Davis Cunningham, tenor; William Warfield, baritone; Gilbert Johnson, trumpet solo; Mormon Tabernacle Choir, Richard P Condie, director; Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([United States]: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, microgroove, stereo) [Oratorio; libretto compiled from the Old and New Testaments by Charles Jennens; Program notes by Jay Welch and texts on container], 1970.

9 252

Handel, George Frideric, The royal fireworks suite: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([United States]: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) Masterworks [Program notes by Charles Burr on container], 1959.

7 177

Handel, George Frideric, Water music: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([New York]: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 10 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, mono) [Arrangements of Handel's Water music and Concerto, D major, for organ and orchestra; "A group of seventeenth century dances [by Corelli] formed by Pinelli;" Program notes by Morris Hastings on container], 1950.

19 481

Hanson, Howard, Symphony no. 6: Music for Westchester Symphony Orchestra; Siegfried Landau, conductor ([U.S.]: Turnabout, 2 sound discs: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [Program notes by R Freed on container; Notes for duration of pieces written on record label by Eugene Ormandy], 1966.

31 578

Harris, Roy, Symphony no. 7; Symphony 1933: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor (1st work); Boston Symphony Orchestra; Serge Koussevitzky, conductor (2nd work) ([New York]: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, mono) [Program notes by Charles Burr on container], 1961.

13 376

Haydn, Joseph, Symphony No. 45 in F-sharp minor ("Farewell"): Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor (New York: Columbia Records, 1 sound disc: 12 in., 33 1/3 rpm, mono) [Program note on container], 1953.

4 92

Haydn, Joseph, Symphony no. 96 in D major: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([New York, N.Y.]: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, mono) Masterworks [Notes by Lester Trimble on container; Durations: 24:45; 27:57; Also issued in stereo: MS 6812], 1965.

4 103

Haydn, Joseph, Symphony no. 96 in D major: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([New York?]: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) Masterworks [Notes by Lester Trimble on container; Durations: 24:45; 27:57; Also issued in mono: ML 6212], 1965.

15 438

Haydn, Joseph, Symphony no. 99 in E-flat major: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([New York]: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., 33 1/3 rpm, mono) [Program notes by Charles Burr on container], 1958.

14 394

Heifetz, Jascha, The Heifetz collection, a retrospective in six volumes, 1917-1955: Jascha Heifetz, violinist with Philadelphia Orchestra under Eugene Ormandy (2d work with Emanuel Feuermann, violoncello); Boston Symphony under Serge Koussevitzky (1st, 3rd work); London Symphony under John Barbirolli (4th, 6th work); NBC Symphony under Arturo Toscanini (5th work); Cincinnati Symphony under Eugene Goossens (7th work), Musical Art Quartet, Jesús Maria Sanromá, piano (8th work) ([S.l.]: RCA Red Seal, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, mono) [Program notes, biography, and discography with essays by Joseph Wechsberg and Irving Kolodin [32 pp, ill] laid in container Concerto No 2 in G minor, op 63 / Prokofiev -- Concerto for violin, cello and orchestra in A minor, po 102 / Brahms -- Concerto in D, op 77 / Brahms -- Zigeunerweisen, op 20, no 1 / Sarasate -- Concerto in D, op 61 / Beethoven -- Havanaise, op 83 / Saint-Saëns -- Concerto in B minor (1939) / Walton -- Concerto for violin, piano and string quartet in D, op 21 / Chausson], 1981.

12 335

Henze, Hans Werner, 5 Symphonien: Berliner Philharmoniker, the composer conducting ([Hamburg]: Deutsche Grammophon Gesellschaft, 1 sound disc (61 min.): 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [Title from container; The 1st symphony (1947) in a new version (1963) for chamber orchestra; Manual sequence; Composer's discussion of his instrumental compositions and biographical notes by Klaus Geitel, in German, English, and French ([8] p) bound in album; Notes for filing order written on album cover by Eugene Ormandy Notes for duration of pieces written on record label by Eugene Ormandy], 1973.

31 579

Hindemith, Paul, Nobilissima visione: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor (the 1st work); Cleveland Orchestra; George Szell, conductor (2d work) ([New York]: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, mono) Masterworks [Program notes on container], 1949.

5 127

Hindemith, Paul, Symphonic metamorphosis on themes of Carl Maria von Weber: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([Hollywood, Calif.]: Angel, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [Durations: 20 min, 48 sec; 16 min, 49 sec; Program notes by Rita McAllister and biographical notes on the conductor on container], 1979.

1 3

Hindemith, Paul, Symphony Mathis der Maler: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([New York, NY]: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, mono) Masterworks [Duration: 26 min, 52 sec, and 20 min, 47 sec, respectively; Program notes by Igor Kipnis on slipcase], 1964.

2 31

Hindemith, Paul, Symphony, Mathis der Maler: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([N.Y.]: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, mono) Masterworks [Program notes by Paul Affelder on container], circa 1950s.

4 86

Hindemith, Paul, Symphony, Mathis der Maler: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor (New York: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) Masterworks [Duration: 26:52; 20:47; Program notes by Igor Kipnis on container], 1964.

15 425

Hindemith, Paul, When lilacs last in the door-yard bloom'd: Louise Parker, contralto; George London, bass-baritone; Schola Cantorum of New York; New York Philharmonic; the composer conducting (New York, N.Y: Columbia Special Products, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [Text by Walt Whitman], 1958.

31 580

Holiday for orchestra: Percussion, brass, strings and winds of the Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor (New York: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., 33 1/3 rpm stereo) Masterworks ["Special orchestral arrangements by Arthur Harris" Camptown races / Foster -- When Johnny comes marching home -- Sailor's hornpipe -- Minuet / Paderewski -- The hen / Rameau -- Jamaican rumba / A Benjamin -- General Lavine / Debussy -- March of the mandarins / A Harris -- Londonderry air -- The flight of the bumblebee / Rimsky-Korsakov -- March of the dwarfs / Grieg], 1966.

14 412

Holst, Gustav, The planets: Philadelphia Orchestra; women's voices of the Mendelssohn Club of Philadelphia (in final movement); Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([New York, N.Y.]: RCA Red Seal, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [Suite; Duration: circa 51 min; Program notes by Christopher Palmer on container Mars, the bringer of war -- Venus, the bringer of peace -- Mercury, the winged messenger -- Jupiter, the bringer of jollity -- Saturn, the bringer of old age -- Uranus, the magician -- Neptune, the mystic], 1976.

11 307

Honegger, Arthur, Concertino for piano and orchestra: The Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor (2nd-3rd works); Oscar Levant, piano; Columbia Symphony Orchestra, Fritz Reiner, conductor (1st work) ([S.l.]: Columbia Records, 1 sound disc: 10 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, mono) [Program notes on container; Titles also in English: Prelude to the afternoon of a faun The sorcerer's apprentice], 1950.

19 485

Hovhaness, Alan, Mysterious mountain, op. 132: Chicago Symphony Orchestra; Fritz Reiner, conductor (New York: RCA, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, mono) [Program notes by Oliver Daniel on slipcase; Notes for filing order and duration of pieces written on album cover by Eugene Ormandy], 1956.

31 581

Hovhaness, Alan, Prelude and quadruple fugue: Eastman-Rochester Symphony Orchestra; Howard Hanson, conductor ([Chicago?]: Mercury, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm) Olympian series [The Sessions from the incidental music for the play by L Andreyev; Program notes on container; Notes for filing order and duration of pieces written on album cover by Eugene Ormandy], 1971.

31 582

Imbrie, Andrew, Symphony no. 3: London Symphony Orchestra; Harold Farberman, conductor (1st work); Philadephia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor (2nd work) (New York: Composers Recordings, 3 sound discs: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [Program notes on container; "Credendumhas been electronically channelled for stereo;" Durations: 20 min; 17 min, 30 sec], 1972.

2 22

International Contemporary Music Exchange, The Outstanding contemporary orchestral compositions of the United States: a sampler and comprehensive survey (New York, N.Y: International Contemporary Music Exchange, 2 sound discs: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm), 1974.

26 536

Invitation to the dance: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([United States]: Columbia, 1 sound disc (49 min.): 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) Masterworks [Orchestral music, original and arranged; Program notes on container Invitation to the dance (9:00) / Weber; trans by E Ormandy -- Mephisto waltz (11:25) / Liszt -- Danse macabre (7:00) / Saint-Saëns -- Hungarian dances No 17 in F# minor; No 18 in D major; No 19 in B minor; No 20 in E minor; No 21 in E minor / Brahms; orchestrated by Dvořák (9:40) -- Red poppy Russian sailors' dance (3:20) / Glière], 1961.

3 44

Invitation to the dance: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([United States]: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) Masterworks [Orchestral music, original and arranged; Program notes on container Invitation to the dance (9:00) / Weber; trans by E Ormandy -- Mephisto waltz (11:25) / Liszt -- Danse macabre (7:00) / Saint-Saëns -- Hungarian dances No 17 in F# minor; No 18 in D major; No 19 in B minor; No 20 in E minor; No 21 in E minor / Brahms; orchestrated by Dvořák (9:40) -- Red poppy Russian sailors' dance (3:20) / Glière], 1961.

15 436

IU International presents Ormandy international: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([S.l.]: RCA Special Products, 4 sound discs: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [Notes by John M Seabrook inside container; reproduction of Andrew Wyeth's painting "Roasted chestnuts" laid inside container Fanfare for the common man / Copland Fantasia on Greensleeves / Vaughan Williams The sea and Sinbad's ship from Scheherazade / Rimsky-Korsakov Ride of the Valkyries from Die Walküre / Wagner Anitra's dance from Peer Gynt Suite no 1 / Grieg Tales from the Vienna woods / Johann Strauss Finlandia / Sibelius March from Stars and Stripes forever / Sousa], 1954.

26 464

Ives, Charles, Holidays symphony: Philadelphia Orchestra; Temple University Concert Choir, Robert Page, director; Eugene Ormandy, conductor (New York: RCA, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [Program notes by Kenneth Singleton on container Washington's Birthday -- Decoration Day -- The Fourth of July --Thanksgiving and Forefathers Day (with the Temple University Concert Choir)], 1975.

10 288

Ives, Charles, Symphony no. 1 in D minor: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([New York, N.Y.]: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) Masterworks [Duration: 36 min, 37 sec and 17 min, 39 sec; Program notes by Richard Kostelanetz and the composer on container; Playable also on monaural equipment], 1968.

8 237

Ives, Charles, Symphony no. 2: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([New York, N.Y.]: RCA Red Seal, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [Duration: about 41 min; Program notes by George K Diehl on container], 1974.

11 296

Ives, Charles, Symphony no. 3 (The camp meeting): Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor (New York: RCA Red Seal, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [Playable also on monaural equipment; Program notes by Arthur Cohn on container Symphony no 3: Old folks gatherin'; Children's Day; Communion -- New England triptych: Be glad then, America; When Jesus wept; Chester], 1969.

12 346

Ives, Charles, The four symphonies of Charles Ives: Philadelphia Orchestra, Eugene Ormandy, conductor (1st work); New York Philharmonic, Leonard Bernstein, conductor (2d-3rd works); Members of the Schola Cantorum of New York; American Symphony Orchestra, Leopold Stokowski, conductor (4th work) ([S.l.]: Columbia, 7 sound discs: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [Manual sequence; playable also on monaural equipment; Program notes by Richard Kostelanetz, Jonathan Price, and Chris Nelson (12 p) laid in No 1 in D minor; No 2; No 3, The camp meeting; No 4], 1966.

2 25

Ives, Charles, The four symphonies of Charles Ives: Various orchestras and conductors (New York, N.Y: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [Title from container; Program notes, in part by Leonard Bernstein, on container Program notes by Ricard Kostelanetz, Jonathan Price, and Chris Nelson (12 p: ill) inserted in container; This recording was Record 19 in Stokowski's collection of records No 1 in D minor (Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor) -- No 2 (New York Philharmonic; Leonard Bernstein, conductor) -- No 3, The camp meeting (New York Philharmonic, Leonard Bernstein, conductor) -- No 4 (Members of the Schola Cantorum of New York; American Symphony Orchestra; Leopold Stokowski, conductor) / Ives], 1957.

3 49

Ives, Charles, The world of Charles Ives: Philadelphia Orchestra, Eugene Ormandy, conductor (1st work); New York Philharmonic, Leonard Bernstein, conductor (2nd work); American Symphony Orchestra, Leopold Stokowski, conductor (3rd work) (New York: Columbia, 2 sound discs: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) Masterworks [Title from container Three places in New England -- Washington's birthday -- Robert Browning overture], 1966.

15 443

Ives, Charles, The world of Charles Ives: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor (1st work); New York Philharmonic; Leonard Bernstein, conductor (2d work); American Symphony Orchestra; Leopold Stokowski, conductor (3rd work) ([New York, N.Y.]: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, mono) Masterworks [Title from container; Program notes, including long quotation from Ives' Essay before a sonata, on container; "This recording was made possible by a grant from Edgar Stern in memory of his beloved wife Jean Guthrie Stern" Three places in New England; Washington's Birthday; Robert Browning overture], 1967.

4 97

Ives, Charles, The world of Charles Ives: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor (1st work); New York Philharmonic; Leonard Bernstein, conductor (2d work); American Symphony Orchestra; Leopold Stokowski, conductor (3rd work) (New York, N.Y: Columbia, 1 sound disc (48 min., 19 sec.): 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) Masterworks [Title from container; Program notes, including long quotation from Ives's Essay before a sonata, on container; "This recording was made possible by a grant from Edgar Stern in memory of his beloved wife Jean Guthrie Stern;" Includes also [12] pages from High Fidelity Magazine (October 1974) documenting the recordings of Charles Ives's music; This recording was Record 144 in Gatewood's collection of recordings Three places in New England -- Washington's Birthday -- Robert Browning overture], circa 1960s.

2 29

Ives, Charles, Three places in New England: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor (New York: RCA Red Seal, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [Suite: "First recording of original full orchestration;" Duration: 17:45; 18:45; Program notes by Harvey E Phillips on container The St Gaudens in Boston Common (Col Robert Gould Shaw and his colored regiment) -- Putnam's Camp, Redding, Connecticut -- The Housatonic at Stockbridge], 1976.

11 306

Janáček, Leoš, Sinfonietta: Symphonie-Orchester des Bayerischen Rundfunks; Rafael Kubelik, conductor (Hamburg: Deutsche Grammophon, 1 sound disc: 12 in., 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [Duration: 21 min, 31 sec, and 22 min, 19 sec; Program notes by Kamil Šlapák in German, English, and French on slipcase; Notes for filing duration of pieces written on album cover and record label by Eugene Ormandy], 1954.

31 583

Kay, Hershy. Cakewalk: Philadelphia Orchestra, Eugene Ormandy, conductor (1st work); Philharmonic-Symphony Orchestra of New York; Dimitri Mitropoulos, conductor (2nd work) ([New York]: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, mono) Masterworks [The 1st work the complete ballet; Program notes on container], circa 1950s.

5 115

Khrennikov, Tikhon, Piano concerto no. 1 in F major, op. 1: Tikhon Khrennikov, piano; Michael Khomitzer, violoncello; Moscow Philharmonic Orchestra, Kiril Kondrashin, conductor (1st work); Moscow Radio Symphony Orchestra, Gennady Rozhdestvensky, conductor (2nd work) ([Russia?]: Melodiya, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [Inscribed to Eugene Ormandy in 1976 in Russian, probably by Tikhon Khrennikov], 1978.

38 650

Kodály, Zoltán, Háry János suite: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor (New York, N.Y: RCA Red Seal, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [Program notes by Richard Freed on container], 1976.

11 303

Kodály, Zoltán, Ormandy conducts Kodály: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor (New York: Columbia, 1 sound disc (61 min.): 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) Masterworks [Program notes, in part by the conductor, on container Concerto for orchestra (18:55) -- Dances of Galánta (16:17) -- Dances of Marosszék (13:26)], 1967.

8 232

Kodály, Zoltán, Peacock variations: Chicago Symphony Orchestra; Antal Dorati, conductor ([United States]: Mercury, 1 sound disc: 12 in., 33 1/3 rpm) [Second work is a ballet suite; Notes for filing order on album cover by Eugene Ormandy Notes for duration of pieces on record label by Eugene Ormandy], 1961.

31 584

Kodály, Zoltán, Summer Night: Budapest Philharmonic Orchestra, the composer conducting (Germany: Deutsche Grammophon Gesellschaft, 1 sound disc: 12 in., 33 1/3 rpm, mono) [Program notes in English on container; Notes for filing order and duration of pieces written on album cover by Eugene Ormandy], 1963.

31 585

Kodály, Zoltán, Symphony (1961): Louisville Orchestra; Robert Whitney, conductor (Louisville, Ky: Louisville Orchestra, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, mono) [Notes for filing order and duration of pieces written on album cover by Eugene Ormandy], 1960.

31 586

Kodály, Zoltán, Te Deum: Irén Szecsődy, soprano (1st work); Magda Tiszay, alto (1st work); Tibor Udvardy, tenor (1st work); András Faragó, bass (1st work); Endre Rösler, tenor (2nd work); Budapest Chorus; Hungarian Concert Orchestra; the composer conducting ([Hungary]; Kearny, N.J: Hungaroton [production company];; Artia Records [distributor], 1 sound disc: 12 in., 33 1/3 rpm) [Psalmus Hungaricus is a paraphrase of the 55th Psalm by Michael Vég; Notes for filing order and duration of pieces written on album cover by Eugene Ormandy; Program notes by H Glass on slipcase], 1956.

31 587

Krenek, Ernst, Eleven transparencies: Louisville Orchestra; Robert Whitney, conductor; Choir of the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary; Walter O Dahlin, Director ([Louisville, Ky.]: Louisville Orchestra, 1 sound disc: 12 in., 33 1/3 rpm) Louisville Orchestra commissioning series [Program notes by the composers laid in container, includes text of Magnificat in Latin and English; Notes for filing order and duration of pieces written on album cover by Eugene Ormandy], circa 1950s.

31 588

Lalo, Edouard, Concerto in D minor for cello and orchestra: Leonard Rose, violoncello; The Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor (New York: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) Masterworks [Durations: 24:56; 18:37; 7:12; Program notes on container], 1970.

6 164

Lalo, Edouard, Symphonie espagnole, in D minor, op. 21: Zino Francescatti, violin; New York Philharmonic; Dimitri Mitropoulos, conductor, (1st work); Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor, (2d work) ([s.l.]: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, mono) Masterworks [Program notes by Charles Burr on container], 1980.

1 12

Lalo, Edouard, Symphonie espagnole: Isaac Stern, violin; Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor (New York, NY: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) Masterworks. [Program notes by Ellen Taaffe on container], 1964.

13 373

Lalo, Edouard, Symphonie espagnole: Nathan Milstein, violin; Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([New York?]: Columbia Masterworks, 5 sound discs: 12 in., analog, 78 rpm) [Automatic sequence; Program notes by Paul Affelder on container], 1945.

21 494

Landmarks and legends of those fabulous Philadelphians: Philadelphia Orchestra: Leopold Stokowski and Eugene Ormandy, conductors ([New York, N.Y.]: Columbia, 2 sound discs: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) Masterworks [Program notes by Herbert Kupferberg on container Love music from acts II and III, from Tristan und Isolde / R Wagner Ich ruf' zu dir, herr Jesus Christ Nun komin, der Heiden Heiland Wir glauben all' an einen Gott / J S Bach (arr Stokowski) Danse russe, from Petrushka / I Stravinsky Viennese musical clock, from Hary János / Z Kodály The swan of Tuonela / J Sibelius The stars and stripes forever / by J P Sousa The great gate of Kiev, from Pictures at an exhibition / Mussorgsky-Ravel Der Rosenkavalier suite, / R Strauss], 1969.

6 139

Liszt, Franz, Concerto no. 1 in E flat major for piano and orchestra: Claudio Arrau, piano; The Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor (New York: Columbia Masterworks, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, mono) [Program notes on container], circa 1950s.

4 94

Liszt, Franz, Concerto no. 1, in E-flat major: Philippe Entremont, piano; Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([U.S.]: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, mono) Masterworks [Program notes by Charles Burr on container], 1959.

3 69

Liszt, Franz, Hungarian rhapsody no. 2: The Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor (New York: RCA, 1 sound disc (55 min.): 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) Red seal [Hungarian rhapsody no 2 for orchestra was transcribed by Liszt and F Doppler from rhapsody no 12 for piano; no 1 for orchestra from no 14 for piano; Durations: 10:26; 12:17; 14:16; 10:52; Program notes by Thomas Urquhart on container], 1969.

12 347

Liszt, Franz, Symphonic poem no. 7: Symphony Orchestra of Radio Leipzig; Gerhard Pflüger, conductor (in 1st work); Symphony Orchestra of Radio Berlin; Rolf Kleinert, conductor (in 2nd work) (Kearny, N.J: Urania, 2 sound discs: 12 in., 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [Program notes by M Butler on container; Notes for filing order written on album cover by Eugene Ormandy Notes for duration of pieces written on record label by Eugene Ormandy], 1964.

32 589

Love story: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor (New York, N.Y: RCA Red Seal, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [Program notes on container Theme from Love story / Lai -- Concerto no 21: Andante / Mozart (featured in the film Elvira Madigan; with Earl Wild, piano) -- Yesterday / Lennon and McCartney -- The wind mills of your mind / Legrand (from The Thomas Crown affair) -- Suite from Romeo and Juliet / Rota -- Theme from The heart is a lonely hunter / Grusin -- Somewhere, from West side story / Bernstein -- Tristan and Isolde: Love-death / Wagner], 1972.

13 355

Magnificent marches: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([New York, N.Y.]: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [Title on container; Program notes by George Dale on container Contains works by Rimsky-Korsakov, Halvorsen, Purcell, Chabrier, Wagner, Saint-Saëns, Mendelssohn, and Ippolitov-Ivanov], 1967.

8 226

Mahler, Gustav, Das Lied von der Erde: Lili Chookasian, mezzo-soprano; Richard Lewis, tenor; Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([United States]: Columbia, 2 sound discs: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [Song cycle; Sung in German; Program notes and English translations of the texts by David Johnson on slipcase], circa 1965-1967.

8 224

Mahler, Gustav, Symphony no. 1, in D: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor (New York, N.Y: RCA Red Seal, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [Includes the original second movement "Blumine" (Flower piece); Program notes by Jack Diether on container], 1970.

12 348

Mahler, Gustav, Symphony no. 10: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor (New York, N.Y: Columbia, 2 sound discs: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, mono) Masterworks [Completed from the composer's sketches by Deryck Cooke; "First complete recording;" Automatic sequence; Columbia: M2L 335 (ML 6208--ML 6209); Program notes by Jack Diether on container], 1960.

9 262

Mahler, Gustav, Symphony no. 10: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor (New York, N.Y: Columbia, 2 sound discs: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) Masterworks [Label: Columbia M2S 735 (MS 6808--MS 6809); Completed from the composer's sketches by Deryck Cooke; Automatic sequence], 1965.

15 444

Mahler, Gustav, Symphony no. 2 in C minor: Birgit Finnila, contralto; Evelyn Mandac, soprano; Singing City Choirs; Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor (New York, N.Y: RCA Red Seal, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [Automatic sequence; Program notes by William Smith on container], 1969.

13 362

Mahler, Gustav, Symphony no. 2, in C minor: Corinne Frank Bowen, soprano; Ann O'Malley Gallogly, contralto; Twin City Symphony Chorus; Minneapolis Symphony Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor (Camden, N.J: Victor, 2 sound discs: 12 in., analog, 78 rpm) A Victor musical masterpiece ["Red seal record;" Includes notes ([4] p) inserted], circa 1940s.

24 512

Mahler, Gustav, Symphony no. 5 in C-sharp minor: New York Philharmonic; Jennie Tourel, mezzo-soprano (in the 2nd work); Leonard Berstein, conductor ([New York]: Columbia, 2 sound discs: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) Columbia masterworks [Text of Kindertotenlieder by Friedrich Rückert; Automatic sequence; Durations: 1:09:00; 26:10; Program notes by Herbert Reid and texts of the 2nd work, with English translations, on container; Notes for filing order and duration of pieces written on album cover by Eugene Ormandy], 1969.

32 590

McDonald, Harl, Cakewalk (Scherzo): Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor (Camden, N.J: Victor, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 78 rpm) [On label: Cakewalk (Scherzo) (From "Third [ie, Fourth] Symphony"); "Red seal record"], circa 1930s.

25 523

McDonald, Harl, Children's symphony: Philadelphia Orchestra; Harl McDonald, conductor (1st work); Eugene Ormandy, conductor (2d work) ([United States]: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 10 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, mono) [Program notes on container, including excerpts from the poem by Oliver Wendell Holmes on which Max Brand based this work], 1950.

19 484

McDonald, Harl, The Santa Fé Trail: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor (Camden, N.J: Victor, 2 sound discs: 12 in., analog, 78 rpm) [Program notes ([4] p: ill) inserted in container; "Red seal record" The explorers -- The Spanish settlements -- The wagon-trains of the pioneers], 1937.

23 507

McDonald, Harl, Two Hebraic poems: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor (Camden, N.J: Victor, 1 sound disc: 10 in., analog, 78 rpm) ["Red seal record"], 1936.

25 524

Mendelssohn-Bartholdy, Felix, A midsummer night's dream: Philadelphia Orchestra, with Judith Blegen, soprano, Frederica von Stade, mezzo-soprano, and the women's voices of the Mendelsshon Club of Philadelphia; Eugene Ormandy, conductor (New York: RCA Red Seal, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [Program notes by George R Marek and text, with English translation, on the insert; producer's note by Jay David Saks, and biographical notes on the soloists on container Overture -- Scherzo -- Melodrama -- March of the elves -- You spotted snakes -- Intermezzo -- Melodrama -- Nocturne -- Wedding March -- Funeral March -- A dance of clowns -- Melodrama -- Finale], 1977.

11 310

Mendelssohn-Bartholdy, Felix, Concerto in E major for two pianos and orchestra: Arthur Gold, Robert Fizdale, pianos; Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([New York, N.Y.]: Odyssey, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) The great Columbia stereo recordings. ["Previously released as [Columbia] MS 6681;" Durations: about 28 min, 30 sec; about 31 min; Program notes on container], 1972.

10 277

Mendelssohn-Bartholdy, Felix, Concerto in E major for two pianos and orchestra: Arthur Gold, Robert Fizdale, pianos; Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([U.S.A.]: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) Masterworks [Duration: 28 min, 35 sec, and 30 min, 52 sec, respectively; Program notes by Douglas Townsend on container], 1965.

8 212

Mendelssohn-Bartholdy, Felix, Concerto in E minor:: Isaac Stern, violin; Philadelphia Orchestra (in the 1st work); Eugene Ormandy, conductor (in the 1st work); Alexander Zakin, piano (in the 2nd work) (New York: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, mono) Masterworks [Program notes on container], 1950.

5 123

Mendelssohn-Bartholdy, Felix, Concerto no. 1 in G minor for piano and orchestra, op. 25: Rudolf Serkin, piano; Philadelphia Orchestra (in the 1st work); Columbia Symphony Orchestra (in the 2nd); Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([United States]: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, mono) Masterworks [Durations: 19:19; 22:41; Biographical notes on Serkin and program notes on container], 1960.

3 65

Mendelssohn-Bartholdy, Felix, Concerto no. 1, in G minor, for piano and orchestra, op. 25: Rudolf Serkin, piano; Philadelphia Orchestra (1st work); Columbia Symphony Orchestra (2nd work); Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([New York]: Columbia, 1 sound disc (58 min., 10 sec.): 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [Durations: 19 min, 19 sec, and 22 min, 41 sec, respectively; Program notes on container], 1960.

15 432

Mendelssohn-Bartholdy, Felix, Die erste Walpurgisnacht: The 1st work a cantata: Rose Taylor, mezzo-soprano; Jerold Norman, tenor; Simon Estes, bass-baritone; Mendelssohn Club of Philadelphia; Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor (New York: RCA Red Seal, 1 sound disc (40 min., 15 sec.): 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [Durations: 34:06; 9:14; Program notes by Herbert Kupferberg on container; text of 1st work by Goethe with English translation by Hedy D Jellinek and biographical notes on the vocal soloists ([2] p) inserted], 1980.

11 327

Mendelssohn-Bartholdy, Felix, Elijah: Jane Marsh, soprano; Shirley Verrett, mezzo-soprano; Richard Lewis, tenor; Tom Krause, baritone; Singing City Choirs; Columbus Boychoir; Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([New York, N.Y.]: RCA Red Seal, 2 sound discs: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [Oratorio; Automatic sequence; Program notes, in part by George London, and libretto ([16] p) laid in container], 1970.

13 361

Mendelssohn-Bartholdy, Felix, Symphony no. 3 in A minor, op. 56: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor (New York, N.Y: RCA Red Seal, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [Program notes by Robert Sherman on container; Durations: 51:00; 8:02], 1983.

11 332

Mendelssohn-Bartholdy, Felix, Symphony no. 4, in A major, op. 90: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([United States]: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) Masterworks [Durations: 28:39; 28:32; Program notes by Igor Kipnis on container A midsummer night's dream: incidental music Overture (12:30) -- Scherzo (4:33) -- Nocturne (6:18) -- Wedding march (4:56)], 1964.

8 210

Mendelssohn-Bartholdy, Felix, Violin Concertos [sound recording]: Konstanty Andrzej Kulka, violin; Warschauer National-Philharmonie; Jerzy Katlewicz, conductor (Hamburg: Telefunken, 4 sound discs: 12 in., 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [Duration: 28 min, 25 sec; Program notes in German and English on container; Notes for duration of pieces written on album cover by Eugene Ormandy], 1968.

32 592

Menter, Sophie, Concerto in the Hungarian style: Cyprien Katsaris, piano; Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor (Hollywood, Calif: Angel, 3 sound discs: 12 in., 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [Works for piano and orchestra; The 1st work published as: Ungarische Zigeunerweisen / by Sophie Menter; with orchestral accompanied by Tchaikovsky (New York; G Schirmer, c1909) It may be Liszt's unorchestrated Concerto in the Hungarian style, mentioned by A Göllerich (Berlin, 1908); Digital recording; Durations: 15:12; 15:20; 20:15; Program notes by Maurice Hinson and Roch Serra on container], 1973.

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Messiaen, Olivier, Et exspecto resurrectionem mortuorum: (New York, N.Y: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [Orchestre du Domaine musical; Groupe instrumental à percussion de Strasbourg; Yvonne Loriod, piano (in the 2d work); Pierre Boulez, conductor; Playable also on monaural equipment; Program notes by the composer, translated by Felix Aprahamian, on slipcase; Notes for duration of pieces written on album cover by Eugene Ormandy], 1969.

32 591

Messiaen, Olivier, Turangalîla symphony: Yvonne Loriod, piano; Jeanne Loriod, ondes Martenot (in 1st work); Kinshi Tsuruta, biwa; Katsuya Yokoyama, shakuhachi (in 2nd work); Toronto Symphony; Seiji Ozawa, conductor (New York: RCA Victor, 1 sound disc (35 min.): 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [Automatic sequence; Program notes by the composers (Messiaen's translated by Louis Biancolli), on album; Inscribed to Eugene Ormandy, likely by Seiji Ozawa "Dear Maestro and Mrs Ormandy, with many many thanks, from Seiji [Ozawa?]"], 1981.

39 652

Moszkowski, Moritz, Concerto in E for piano and orchestra, opus 59: David Bar-Illan, piano; Bavarian Radio Orchestra; Alfredo Antonini, conductor (Coral Gables, Fla: Audiofon, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [Program notes on container; Inscribed to Eugene Ormandy by David Bar-Illan: "To the greatest Maestro, with admiration and best wishes, David Bar-Illan"], 1951.

39 653

Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus, Concerto for horn and orchestra, no. 3, in E flat major, K. 447: Mason Jones, horn; Barbara Troxell, soprano; National Gallery Orchestra; Richard Bales, conductor ([Washington, D.C.]: WCFM Recording Corp., 1 sound disc: 12 in., 33 1/3 rpm, mono) [Zaide sung in German; Motet, in Latin; Program notes by William B Ober and texts on container; Inscribed to Eugene Ormandy by Mason Jones "For Eugene Ormandy - Respectfully submitted by your faithful "Premier Cor" - Mason Jones"], 1978.

39 654

Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus, Concerto in F major for three pianos and orchestra, K. 242: Robert, Gaby, and Jean Casadesus, pianos; Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([New York, N.Y.]: Odyssey, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) The great Columbia stereo recordings ["Previously released as [Columbia] MS 6495;" Duration: about 24 min; Program notes on container], 1977.

10 278

Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus, Concerto no. 20 in D minor for piano and orchestra (K. 466): Rudolf Serkin, piano; Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([United States]: Columbia, 1 sound disc (ca. 30 min., 50 sec.): 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, mono) Masterworks [Program notes by Morris Hastings on container], 1951.

5 121

Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus, Concerto no. 22 in E-flat major for piano and orchestra (K. 482): Philippe Entremont, piano; Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([New York, N.Y.]: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) Masterworks [Durations: 35 min, 44 sec; 25 min, 52 sec; Program and biographical notes by David Johnson on container], 1962.

14 406

Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus, Cosìfan tutte: Leontyne Price and Judith Raskin, sopranos; Tatiana Troyanos, mezzo-soprano; George Shirley, tenor; Sherrill Milnes, baritone; Ezio Flagello, bass; Ambrosian Opera Chorus; New Philharmonia Orchestra; Erich Leinsdorf, conductor (New York, N.Y: RCA Red Seal, 1 sound disc: 12 in., 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [Automatic sequence; Playable also on monaural equipment; "The seventh character of Cosìfan tutte," by Irving Kolodin, biographical notes, and libretto, with English translation ([35] p illus) laid in container; Notes written on album cover and record sleeve by Eugene Ormandy Arrow indicating starting point for record needle written on side 2 (on disc 2 of 4) by Eugene Ormandy], 1970.

32 593

Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus, Divertimento no. 10 in F major for strings and two horns (K. 247): Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor (Camden, N.J: Victor, 2 sound discs: 12 in., analog, 78 rpm) A Victor musical masterpiece [Program notes by A Veinus ([4] p) inserted in container; "Red seal record;" Duration marked on outside of container], 1940.

23 504

Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus, Eight German dances: Eugene Ormandy and the Minneapolis Symphony Orchestra (Camden, N.J: Victor, 1 sound disc: 10 in., [78 rpm]) [Victor: 1722, 1723; "Red seal record" Im landler tempo K 600, no 1 -- Poco piu moderato K 600, no 2 -- Un poco piu allegro K 600, no 3 -- Allegro moderato K 600, no 4 -- Allegro (trio: The canary) K 600, no 5 -- Piu moderato (trio: Organ-grinder) K 602, no 3 -- Allegretto K 605, no 2 -- Allegro (trio: The sleighride) K 605, no 3], circa 1930s.

25 527

Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus, Notturno in D major, K. 286, for 4 orchestras: London Symphony Orchestra; Peter Maag, conductor ([New York, N.Y.]: London, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) Stereo treasury series [The last work is incidental music; Durations: 15:40; 12:55; 8:05; 18:08; Program notes by Leonard Marcus on container; Notes for duration of pieces written on album cover by Eugene Ormandy], 1960.

32 594

Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus, Sinfonia concertante in E-flat major (K. 297b): John de Lancie, oboe; Anthony M Gigliotti, clarinet (in the 1st work); Mason Jones, horn (in the 1st work); Bernard Garfield, bassoon; Jacob Krachmalnick, violin (in the 2nd work); Lorne Munroe, cello (in the 2nd work); Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor (U.S: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm) Masterworks [The 1st work for oboe, clarinet, horn, and bassoon, with orchestra, the 2nd for violin, violoncello, oboe, and bassoon, with orchestra; Program notes by Charles Burr on container], 1958.

3 72

Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus, Sinfonia concertante in E-flat major, K. 297b: John De Lancie, oboe; Anthony Gigliotti, clarinet (1st work); Bernard Garfield, bassoon; Mason Jones, horn (1st work); Jacob Krachmalnick, violin (2nd work); Lorne Munroe, cello (2nd work); Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor (New York: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) Masterworks [Program notes by Charles Burr on container], 1959.

7 183

Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus, Sinfonia concertante in E-flat major, K. Anh. 9: Marcel Tabuteau, oboe; Bernard Portnoy, clarinet; Sol Schoenbach, bassoon; Mason Jones, horn; Philadelphia Orchestra, Leopold Stokowski, conductor (Mozart, originally released on Victor set M 760); Eugene Ormandy, conductor (Purcell, originally released on Victor set M 647, music arranged by Lucien Cailliet) ([New York]: Camden, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, mono) [This recording was Record 251 in Stokowski's collection of recordings; The Warwick Symphony Orchestra is the orchestra on the title, but it is actually the Philadelphia Orchestra], 1983.

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Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus, Symphony no. 30, in D major, K. 202: Philadelphia Orchestra, Eugene Ormandy, conductor (New York: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) Masterworks [Program notes by Stephen Sell on container; Ms notes on durations on container], 1965.

14 423

Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus, Symphony no. 30, in D major, K. 202: Philadelphia Orchestra, Eugene Ormandy, conductor (New York: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, mono) Masterworks [Program notes by Stephen Sell on container], 1965.

5 107

Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus, Symphony no. 35 in D major, K. 385 (Haffner): Cleveland Orchestra; George Szell, conductor (United States: Epic, 1 sound disc: 12 in., 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [Program notes by David Johnson on container; Notes for filing order written on album cover by Eugene Ormandy Notes for duration of pieces written on record label by Eugene Ormandy], circa 1960s.

32 595

Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus, Symphony no. 39 in E-flat major, K. 543: Cleveland Orchestra, George Szell, conductor (1st work); Philadelphia Orchestra, Eugene Ormandy, conductor (2nd work) ([New York, N.Y.]: Columbia 1 sound disc (ca. 90 min.): 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm) Masterworks [Program notes on container], 1949.

5 130

Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus, The four concertos for woodwinds and orchestra: Bernard Garfield, bassoon; William Kincaid, flute; John de Lancie, oboe; Anthony Gigliotti, clarinet; Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([United States]: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) Masterworks. [Title from containers, 2 slipcases; Manual sequence; Program notes on containers Concerto for bassoon, K191 -- Concerto for flute, K313 -- Concerto for oboe, K314 -- Concerto for clarinet, K622], 1963.

7 197

Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus, The four horn concertos: Mason Jones, horn; Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([New York]: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) Masterworks [Title from container; Program notes by Hope Sheridan on container; "The Cadenzas for the Concertos were composed by Mason Jones" Concerto no 1 in D major for horn and orchestra, K 412 (8:18) -- Concerto no 2 in E♭ major for horn and orchestra, K 417 (13:23) -- Concerto no 3 in E♭ major for horn and orchestra, K 447 (14:37) -- Concerto no 4 in E♭ major for horn and orchestra, K 495 (16:23)], 1966.

8 220

Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus, Violinkonzert B-dur KV 207: Arthur Grumiaux, violin; London Symphony Orchestra; Colin Davis, conductor ([Netherlands]: Philips, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [Durations: 19:00; 22:00; Program notes on container; Notes for duration of pieces written on album cover by Eugene Ormandy], 1963.

33 596

Munch, Charles, Charles Munch conducts: Philadelphia Orchestra ([S.l.]: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, mono, 33 1/3 rpm) Columbia masterworks [Title from container; Program notes on container; Notes for filing order and duration of pieces written on album cover by Eugene Ormandy Valses nobles et sentimentales / Ravel -- Pelléas et Mélisande: Suite / Fauré -- Damnation de Faust: Excerpts / Berlioz], 1963.

33 597

Munch, Charles, Charles Munch conducts: Philadelphia Orchestra ([United States]: Columbia, 2 sound discs: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) Columbia masterworks [Title from slipcase; Program notes on slipcase; Owned by Eugene Ormandy Monaural version also in collection as Ms Coll 410, Item 597 Valses nobles et sentimentales / Ravel -- Pelléas et Mélisande: Suite / Fauré -- Damnation de Faust: Excerpts / Berlioz], 1959.

33 598

Music from 2001: Music from 2001 performed variously by the Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor; the New York Philharmonic; Leonard Bernstein, conductor; the Gregg Smith Singers; Gregg Smith, conductor; Katchaturian Adagio conducted by Efrem Kurtz Aniara performed by the Orchestra of the Vienna Volksoper; Werner Janssen, conductor; special effects by Swedish Radio (New York: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) Masterworks [Contains excerpts from Also sprach Zarathustra, by R Strauss, The blue Danube, by J Strauss, Jr, Gayne Ballet, by A Khatchaturian, and Atmosphères and Lux aeterna, by G Ligeti; electronic interludes by Morton Subotnik Music from 2001: a space odyssey Electronic prelude / M Subotnick; Also sprach Zarathustra, op 30 (2:16) / R Strauss (Philadelphia Orchestra); Atmosphères (6:49) / Ligeti (New York Philharmonic); The Blue Danube waltz, op 314 (5:22) / J Strauss (Philadelphia Orchestra); Lux aeterna (8:28) / Ligeti (Gregg Smith Singers); Gayne ballet suite, no 2 Adagio (5:40) / Khatchaturian; Electronic interlude / M Subotnick; Also sprach Zarathustra, op 30 (opening) (2:16) / R Strauss (Philadelphia Orchestra) -- Aniara Suite (19:40) / Blomdahl (Vienna Orchestra)], 1969.

8 239

Mussorgsky, Modest Petrovich, Pictures at an exhibition: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([United States]: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, mono) Masterworks [First work arranged by Ravel from Mussorgsky's piano original; based on paintings by Victor Hartmann; Second work excerpts from a ballet], 1953.

4 90

Nielsen, Carl, Symphony no. 1, in G minor, op. 7: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([New York, N.Y.]: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [Program notes by Charles Yulish on container; "American recording premières"], 1967.

15 442

Nielsen, Carl, Symphony no. 1, in G minor, op. 7: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor (New York: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, mono) Masterworks [Program notes by Charles Yulish on container; Durations: 25 min, 48 sec; 10 min; 8 min, 14 sec; 10 min; "American Recording Premieres"], 1966.

4 98

Nielsen, Carl, Symphony no. 6 (Sinfonia semplice): Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([New York, N.Y.]: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, mono) [Duration: 32 min, 25 sec, and 9 min, 5 sec, respectively; Program notes on container; "American Recording Premiere"], 1966.

4 99

Offenbach, Jacques, Gaîte ́parisienne (The pleasures of Paris): Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([New York]: Columbia, 2 sound discs (ca. 80 min.): 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, mono) Masterworks [Program notes by Charles Burr on container; Paris City of Light [24p], photos, quotations, foreword by Fred Grunfeld, inserted in container], 1963.

7 186

Offenbach, Jacques, Gaîté parisienne: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor (New York: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) Masterworks [Program notes on container], 1964.

8 205

Orff, Carl, Carmina burana: Janice Harsányi, soprano; Rudolph Petrak, tenor; Harve Presnell, baritone; Rutgers University Choir; Philadelphia Orchestra, Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([United States]: Columbia, 1 sound disc (39 min.): 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) Masterworks [Subtitle on container: Cantiones profanae; Program notes by David Johnson on container; texts, with English translation ([6] p), inserted], 1960.

15 433

Orff, Carl, Carmina burana: Janice Harsányi, soprano; Rudolph Petrak, tenor; Harve Presnell, baritone; Rutgers University Choir; Philadelphia Orchestra, Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([United States]: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, mono) Masterworks [Subtitle on container: Cantiones profanae; Program notes by David Johnson on container; texts, with English translation ([6] p), inserted], 1960.

3 63

Orff, Carl, Catulli carmina: Judith Blegen, soprano; Richard Kness, tenor; Temple University Choirs; Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([New York, N.Y.]: Columbia, 1 sound disc (49 min.): 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) Masterworks [Program notes on container include discussion of the Catullus poems by Horace Gregory; text of the work, with English translation by Horace Gregory ([4] p) inserted], 1967.

8 231

Orff, Carl, Der Mond: Rudolf Christ, tenor, as the narrator, with supporting soloists; Philharmonia Chorus and Orchestra; Wolfgang Sawallisch, conductor (London: Angel, 1 sound disc: 12 in., 33 1/3 rpm, mono) [Opera; libretto by the composer; Program notes by William Mann and libretto, with English translation by William Mann (19 p) laid in container; Notes for duration of pieces written on album cover and record sleeve by Eugene Ormandy], 1970.

33 599

Ormandy, Eugene, Eugene Ormandy, in memoriam: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([Hollywood, Calif.]: Angel, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [The 1st-3rd works are symphonic poems; the 4th work originally for string quartet; Title from container; All selections previously released; Analog recordings, digitally remastered Also sprach Zarathustra: op 30 / Richard Strauss (32:31) -- The swan of Tuonela / Sibelius (9:07) -- Lemminkäinen's return / Sibelius (6:19) -- Adagio for [string] orchestra / Barber (6:21)], 1979.

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Ormandy, Eugene, Ormandy, Philadelphia Orchestra's greatest hits: Mormon Tabernacle Choir (10th work); Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([United States]: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) Masterworks [Ballet excerpts and other original or arr works for orchestra; Program notes by Thomas Frost on container Gaîté parisienne Cancan - Full company (1:00) / Offenbach; adapted and orch by M Rosenthal -- Sylvia Pizzicato polka (1:40) / Delibes -- The blue Danube waltz, op 314 (8:23) / J Strauss -- Clair de lune (5:00) / Debussy; arr Lucien Caillet -- The stars and stripes forever (3:32) / Sousa -- Gayne ballet suite Sabre dance (2:35) / Khatchaturian -- Greensleeves (4:57) / Vaughan Williams -- Jamaican rumba (2:09) / A Benjamin; arr Arthur Harris -- Ritual fire dance (4:08) / De Falla -- Finlandia (8:20) / Sibelius], 1969.

14 413

Ormandy, Eugene, The great conductors collection, Eugene Ormandy: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor (Franklin Center, Pa.,: Franklin Mint Record Society, 1 sound disc: 10 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [Title from container; Program notes by Paul Hume bound in volume, cover autographed by Eugene Ormandy Symphony no 5 in C minor, op 67; Symphony no 8 in F major, op 93 / Beethoven Concerto in A minor for piano and orchestra, op 54 / Schumann Concerto in D minor for two violins, strings and cembalo, F 1, no 100; Concerto in D major for two violins, strings and cembalo, F 1, no 41 / Vivaldi Toccata and fugue in D minor / J S Bach (trans Ormandy) Symphony in D minor / Franck Mathis der Maler / Hindemith Appalachian spring / Copland Suite from Swan Lake / Tchaikovsky], 1951.

19 474

Our best to you: Various performers and conductors including Leonard Bernstein, E Power Biggs, Pierre Boulez, Walter Carlos, Pablo Casals, Philippe Entremont, Glenn Gould, Andre Kostelanetz, The Mormon Tabernacle Choir, Eugene Ormandy, Rudolf Serkin, Isaac Stern, Igor Stravinsky, George Szell, André Watts, and John Williams; with the Columbia Symphony Orchestra; New York Philharmonic; Marlboro Festival Orchestra; BBC Symphony Orchestra; Cleveland Orchestra; and Philadelphia Orchestra ([New York, N.Y.]: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo;; Analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) Masterworks [Label: MGP 13 (MS 7323-MS 7324) + BTS 9; Program notes on container; "16 all-time favorites by the world's greatest artists;" Includes 7-inch bonus record, The New Sound of Genius, with excerpts from Tchaikovsky, Mendelssohn, J S Bach, and Henselt performed by Nelson Freire, Pinchas Zuckerman, Anthony Newman, and Raymond Lewenthal Battle hymn of the Republic / Howe Che gelida manina / Pussin Humoresque / Dvořák Spanish dance no 5 / Granados El salón Mexico / Copland Greeting prelude / Stravinsky Air on the G string from Suite no 3 in D major / Bach Ritual fire dance / Falla Third movement from Brandenburg concerto no 3 in G major / Bach Infernal dance of all the subjects of Kastchei from "Firebird" / Stravinsky Toccata and fugue in D minor / Bach Sonata no 14 in C-sharp minor, op 27, no 2, "Moonlight" / Beethoven "Die Meistersinger" overture / Wagner Etude no 2 in E-flat major / Liszt-Paganini "Der Rosenkavalier" waltzes / Strauss], circa 1970s.

16 454

Paganini, Nicolò, Concerto: Fritz Kreisler, violin; Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor (Camden, N.J: Victor, 2 sound discs: 12 in., analog, 78 rpm) A Victor musical masterpiece ["Red seal record;" Program notes ([4] p) inserted], 1947.

23 508

Penderecki, Krzysztof, Dies irae: (Poland: Muza, 1 sound disc: 12 in., 33 1/3 rpm) [Title from container; Stefania Woytowicz, soprano; Wiesław Ochman, tenor; Bernard Ladysz, bass; chorus and orchestra of the Cracow Philharmonic; Henryk Czyz, conductor; Dies irae, an oratorio dedicated to the memory of those murdered at Auschwitz; Polymorphia, for 48 string instruments; De natura sonoris, for orchestra; Program notes and texts bound in container by Ludwik Erhardt in Polish, with English and German translations; texts also in Latin; labels in Russian; Sung in Latin; words from the Bible and works of Aeschylus, Aragon, Valéry, Bronlewski and Rózewixz; Notes for duration of pieces written on album cover by Eugene Ormandy], 1966.

33 600

Persichetti, Vincent, Symphony for strings: Louisville Orchestra; Robert Whitney, conductor ([Louisville, Ky.]: Louisville Orchestra, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, mono, 33 1/3 rpm) Louisville Orchestra commissioning series;[Recording of works commissioned by the Louisville Philharmonic Society for the Louisville Orchestra. 1955 [Originally released: 1955; "First recorded performances of works given their world premiere in Louisville's Columbia Auditorium;" Program notes ([1] leaf; 28 cm) inserted in container; Notes for filing order and duration of pieces written on album cover by Eugene Ormandy Notes for duration of pieces written on record label by Eugene Ormandy], 1975.

33 601

Philadelphia Orchestra first chair: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([S.l.]: Columbia Masterworks, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, mono) [Title from container; Biographical notes about solo performers on container; "Sold for the benefit of The Philadelphia Orchestra Pension Fund" A trumpet voluntary in D major / Purcell (Samuel Krauss, trumpet) -- Poem for flute and orchestra / Griffes (William Kincaid, flute) -- Concerto no 3 in G minor for oboe & strings / Handel (Marcel Tabuteau, oboe) -- Concert piece for bassoon and string orchestra / Phillips (Sol Schoenbach, bassoon) -- Adagio and rondo for 'cello & orch (arr: Piatigorsky) / Weber (Lorne Monroe, violoncello) -- Larghetto for horn and orchestra / Chabrier (Mason Jones, horn) -- Romance no2 in F major for violin & orch, op 50 / Beethoven (Jacob Krachmalnick, violin) -- Concertino for clarinet & orchestra / Weber (Anthony Gigliotti, clarinet)], 1951.

4 95

Philadelphia: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([New York, N.Y.]: Columbia, 3 sound discs: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) Masterworks. [Title from container; Durations and program notes on container Royal fireworks suite / G F Handel, transcribed by Sir Hamilton Harty -- Little suite from Anna Magdalena notebook / J S Bach, arr Thomas Frost -- Turkish march from Ruins of Athens / Beethoven, L van -- Minuet in G / Beethoven, arr Thomas Frost -- Academic festival overture, op 80 / Brahms -- Euryanthe overture, op 81 / Weber -- Capriccio italien, op 45 / Tchaikovsky -- Polka and fugue from Schwanda / Weinberger -- The wedding of Kijé and Troika from Lieutenant Kijé suite, op 60 /Prokofiev -- Fanfare for the common man / Copland -- Alborada del gracioso / Ravel -- Infernal dance of King Kastcheï from Firebird suite / Stravinsky], 1971.

6 148

Piston, Walter, Symphony no. 7: Louisville Orchestra; Jorge Mester, conductor (Louisville, Ky: Louisville Orchestra, 2 sound discs (75 min.): 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [Durations: 20:45; 23:36; Program notes by Marshall Portnoy ([4] p: ill) inserted in container; From the collection of Eugene Ormandy], 1967.

33 602

Ports of call: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([New York, N.Y.]: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [Title from container; Program notes on container España (6:25) / Chabrier -- Clair de lune (5:00) / Debussy, arr Lucien Cailliet -- Pavane pour une infante défunte (5:40); La valse (12:35); Bolero (15:05) / Ravel -- Escales (Ports of call)(14:55) / Ibert], 1963.

7 202

Ports of call: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor (New York, NY: RCA Red Seal, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [At head of title: Ameriport presents; "Prepared by RCA Records expressly for the Delaware River Port Authority" The flying Dutchman, overture / Wagner -- Escales (ports of call) / Ibert -- The Liberty Bell march / Sousa -- Egmont, overture / Beethoven -- Water music suite / Handel, arranged by Ormandy -- Yankee Doodle / arranged by Morton Gould], 1970.

13 381

Prokofiev, Sergey, Alexander Nevsky: Betty Allen, mezzo-soprano; Mendelssohn Club of Philadelphia; Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([New York, N.Y.]: RCA Red Seal, 1 sound disc (56 min.): 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [Program notes by Richard Freed, and English version of Russia text by A Steiger on container], 1975.

10 290

Prokofiev, Sergey, Alexander Nevsky: Jennie Tourel, mezzo-soprano; Westminster Choir, John Finley Williamson, conductor; Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([S.l.]: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, mono) Masterworks [For mezzo-soprano, chorus and orchestra; originally a film score; Sung in English translation; original Russian text principally by the composer; Program notes by Paul Affelder, and text in English translation, on container], 1949.

5 125

Prokofiev, Sergey, Classical symphony,: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([New York]: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., 33 1/3 rpm, mono) Masterworks [Program notes by Charles Burr on container], 1962.

3 73

Prokofiev, Sergey, Classical symphony: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([New York, N.Y.]: Columbia Masterworks, 4 sound discs: 12 in., analog, 78 rpm, mono) [], 1945.

20 492

Prokofiev, Sergey, Classical symphony: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([U.S.A.]: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, mono) Masterworks [The 2nd work a suite from the film score, the 3rd from the opera; Durations of individual movements on container; Program notes by Robert Perlongo on container Lieutenant Kijé suite The birth of Kijé (4:34); Romance (4:15); The wedding of Kijé (2:43); Troika (2:42); The interment of Kijé (5:56) -- Love for three oranges suite Les Ridicules (3:17); Le magicien Tchéelio et Fata Morgana jouent aux cartes: Scène infernale (3:43); Marche (1:49); Scherzo (1:32); Le Prince et la Princesse (3:37); La Fuite (2:09)], 1963.

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Prokofiev, Sergey, Classical symphony: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([U.S.A.]: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) Masterworks [The 2nd work a suite from the film score, the 3rd from the opera; Durations of individual movements on container; Ms notes on durations on container; Program notes by Robert Perlongo on container Lieutenant Kijé suite The birth of Kijé (4:34); Romance (4:15); The wedding of Kijé (2:43); Troika (2:42); The interment of Kijé (5:56) -- Love for three oranges suite Les Ridicules (3:17); Le magicien Tchéelio et Fata Morgana jouent aux cartes: Scène infernale (3:43); Marche (1:49); Scherzo (1:32); Le Prince et la Princesse (3:37); La Fuite (2:09)], 1963.

15 426

Prokofiev, Sergey, Concerto no. 1, in D major, for violin and orchestra, op. 19: Isaac Stern, violin; Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([New York, N.Y.]: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [Duration: 21 min, 6 sec, and 26 min, 5 sec, respectively; Program notes on container], 1964.

8 211

Prokofiev, Sergey, Ivan the Terrible: Valentina Levko, mezzo-soprano; Anatoly Mokrenko, baritone; Aleksander Estrin, narrator; Moscow State Chorus; USSR Symphony Orchestra; Abram Stasevich, conductor (U.S.A: Melodiya/Angel, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [Sung in Russian; Automatic sequence; Duration: 1:14:14; Libretto in Russian with English translation ([4] p) laid in container; Notes for duration of pieces written on album cover and record insert by Eugene Ormandy], 1961.

33 603

Prokofiev, Sergey, Peter and the wolf: Cyril Ritchard, narrator (1st work); Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([U.S.]: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, mono) Masterworks [The 1st work for narrator and orchestra; the 2nd, variations for orchestra on a theme of Purcell; Text of the 1st work by the composer; performed in English translation from the original Russian; Notes by Charles Burr on container; Also issued in stereo: MS 6027], 1957.

4 83

Prokofiev, Sergey, Peter and the wolf: Cyril Ritchard, narrator (1st work); Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([U.S.]: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) Masterworks [The 1st work for narrator and orchestra; the 2nd, variations for orchestra on a theme of Purcell; Text of the 1st work by the composer; performed in English translation from the original Russian; Notes by Charles Burr on container; Also issued in mono: ML-5183 (Item 83)], 1960.

15 430

Prokofiev, Sergey, Peter and the wolf: Cyril Ritchard, narrator (1st work); Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor (New York: Columbia Odyssey, 2 sound discs: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [Program notes on container], 1978.

10 280

Prokofiev, Sergey, Peter and the wolf: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor; David Bowie, narrator (1st work) (New York: RCA Red Seal, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [Durations: 27:08; 17:10; Program notes by Mary Campbell inserted in container], 1978.

11 317

Prokofiev, Sergey, Prokofiev's greatest hits: New York Philharmonic; Leonard Bernstein, conductor (1st and 4th works); Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor (2d and 3d work) ([United States]: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) Masterworks [Program notes on container Classical symphony in D major, op 25 -- March from The love for three oranges, op 33A -- Lieutenant Kijé Suite, op 60 -- Peter and the Wolf, op 67 (orchestral suite)], 1970.

13 369

Prokofiev, Sergey, Scythian suite: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([New York?]: Columbia Masterworks, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 78 rpm) [Automatic sequence; Program notes by Morris Hastings on container], undated.

24 510

Prokofiev, Sergey, Symphony no. 3, op. 44 (1928): USSR State Symphony; Gennady Rozhdestvensky conducting Symphony no 3; Nikolai Anosov conducting Lieutenant Kije (New York: Artia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [Program notes by Herbert Glass on container; Notes for filing order and duration of pieces written on album cover by Eugene Ormandy], 1963.

33 604

Prokofiev, Sergey, Symphony no. 4, op. 47/112: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([N.Y.]: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [Rev version of op 47, with op 112 assigned by the composer; Duration: 39 min, 17 sec; Program notes by David Johnson on slipcase], circa 1970s.

15 448

Prokofiev, Sergey, Symphony no. 4, op. 47/112: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([New York]: Odyssey, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) Great Columbia stereo recordings [Rev version of op 47, with op 112 assigned by the composer; Program notes, in part by the composer, and by Leslie Gerber on container], 1973.

10 274

Prokofiev, Sergey, Symphony no. 4,: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ( Columbia 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, mono) Masterworks [Rev version of op 47, with op 112 assigned by the composer; Duration: 39 min, 17 sec; Program notes by David Johnson on container], 1960.

3 64

Prokofiev, Sergey, Symphony no. 5, in B flat major, op. 100: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([New York, N.Y.]: Odyssey, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [Duration: about 44 min, 29 sec; Program notes on container; "Previously released on [Columbia] MS 6004"], 1972.

9 256

Prokofiev, Sergey, Symphony no. 5, in B-flat major, op. 100: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([New York, NY]: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) Masterworks [Program notes by Charles Burr on container], 1959.

14 398

Prokofiev, Sergey, Symphony no. 5, in B-flat major, op. 100: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([U.S.] Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, mono) Masterworks [Program notes by Charles Burr on container], 1958.

4 75

Prokofiev, Sergey, Symphony no. 5, op. 100: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor (New York, N.Y: RCA Red Seal, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [Duration: circa 50 min; Program notes by Christopher Palmer on container], 1977.

11 309

Prokofiev, Sergey, Symphony no. 6, op. 111: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([U.S.]: Columbia, 1 sound disc (43 min.): 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, mono) Masterworks [Duration: 43 min, 40 sec; Program notes by David Johnson on container; Manuscript annotations to program notes on container], 1963.

2 36

Prokofiev, Sergey, Symphony no. 6, op. 111: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor (New York: Odyssey, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [At head of title: Ormandy conducts Prokofiev; Duration: circa 44 min; Program notes on container], 1973.

10 273

Prokofiev, Sergey, Symphony no. 7, op. 131: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor (1st work); Royal Philharmonic Orchestra; Efrem Kurtz, conductor (2nd work) ([New York]: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., 33 1/3 rpm, microgroove, mono) Masterworks [Program notes by Susan Burroughs on container], 1953.

4 91

Prokofiev, Sergey, Visions fugitives, op. 22: Moscow Chamber Orchestra, with the Bath Festival Chamber Orchestra for the Concerto for double string orchestra; Rudolf Barshai, conductor (Westminster: Angel, 1 sound disc: 12 in., 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [For string orchestra, originally for piano; Duration: 15 min, 43 sec; Program notes by Robin Golding on container; Notes for filing order written on album cover by Eugene Ormandy], 1974.

34 605

Purcell, Henry, Suite from Dido and Aeneas: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor (Camden, N.J: Victor, 5 sound discs: 12 in., analog, 78 rpm) [Program notes by A Veinus ([4] p) inserted in container; "Red seal record" Overture -- Tempo di menuet -- Lento: Prelude for the witches -- Echo dance of the Furies -- Ritornelle -- Prelude to act 3 -- Recit and aria: When I am laid in earth], circa 1940.

23 505

Quiet night: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([New York, N.Y.]: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [Title from container; Durations and program notes on container Arabesque no 1 / Debussy (arr and conducted by W Smith) -- On hearing the first cuckoo in spring / Delius -- Nocturne in E-flat major, op 9, no 2 / Chopin (arr A Harris) -- Pavane / Fauré -- Barcarolle, from Gaîté parisienne / Offenbach (arr M Rosenthal) -- Art thou with me (Bist du bei mir) from the Anna Magdalena notebook / J S Bach (arr T T Frost) -- En bateau, from Petite suite / Debussy -- Nocturne, from a midsummer night's dream / Mendelssohn -- Barcarolle, from Sebastian suite / Menotti -- Es ist ein' Ros' entsprungen (A rose breaks into bloom) / Brahms (arr for string orchestra by R Jacques) -- Barcarolle (June) from The months / Tchaikovsky], 1972.

6 156

Rachmaninoff, Sergei, Concerto no. 1 in F-sharp minor, op. 1: Piano legends of the Philadelphia Orchestra, WFLN Philadelphia Orchestra marathon III, 1979: Sergei Rachmaninoff, piano (1st work); Artur Rubinstein, piano (2d work; Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([New York, N.Y.]: RCA Red Seal, 1 sound disc: 12 in. + 2 pamphlets., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [Program notes by Louis Hood on container; "Limited edition produced for the Philadelphia Orchestra marathon"], 1974.

16 463

Rachmaninoff, Sergei, Concerto no. 1, in F-sharp minor, for piano and orchestra, op. 1: Philippe Entremont, piano; Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor (New York, N.Y: Columbia Masterworks, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, mono) [Durations: 25:35; 25:59; Program notes by Edwin H Schloss and RLF McCombs on container], 1963.

2 33

Rachmaninoff, Sergei, Concerto no. 1, in F-sharp minor, for piano and orchestra, op. 1: Philippe Entremont, piano; Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor (New York, N.Y: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) Masterworks [Durations: 25:35; 25:59; Program notes by Edwin H Schloss and RLF McCombs on container], 1962.

15 427

Rachmaninoff, Sergei, Concerto no. 2 in C minor, op. 18: Artur Rubinstein, piano; Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor (New York: RCA Red Seal, 1 sound disc (47 min., 46 sec.): 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [Program notes by Alan Rich on slipcase; Also issued on quadradisc: ARD1-0031 Red Seal (copy 2)], 1973.

11 299

Rachmaninoff, Sergei, Concerto no. 3 in D minor, op. 30: Golden jubilee concert: Vladimir Horowitz, piano; New York Philharmonic; Eugene Ormandy, conductor (New York: RCA Red Seal, 3 sound discs: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [At head of title: Golden jubilee concert; Booklet containing program notes by E Downes and P Ramey and "Horowitz; a golden jubilee reflection", by J Pfeiffer ([8] p ill) inserted in container; "For technical recording reasons, some portions of this album were rerecorded following the concert"], 1975.

12 339

Rachmaninoff, Sergei, Concerto No. 3 in D minor, Op. 30: Vladimir Ashkenazy, piano; The Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor (New York, NY: RCA Red Seal, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [At head of title: Ashkenazy plays Rachmaninoff; Program notes by William Smith on container], 1976.

11 302

Rachmaninoff, Sergei, Rachmaninoff plays his complete works for piano and orchestra: Sergei Rachmaninoff, piano; Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor (Concerto); Leopold Stokowski, conductor (Rhapsody) (London, England: RCA Red Seal, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [Program notes by Abram Chasins on container; This recording was Record 98 in Stokowski's collection of recordings Concerto no 4 in G minor, op 40: Allegro vivace; Largo; Allegro vivace -- Rhapsody on a theme of Paganini (22:34) / Rachmaninoff], 1969.

8 228

Rachmaninoff, Sergei, Rachmaninoff preludes: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([New York, N.Y.]: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 7 in., analog, 45 rpm), circa 1950s.

26 537

Rachmaninoff, Sergei, Rachmaninoff's greatest hits: Gary Graffman, piano , New York Philharmonic , Leonard Bernstein, conuctor (1st work); Philadelphia Orchestra , Eugene Ormandy, conductor (2d and 6th works); Gary Graffman, piano (3d-4th works); Philippe Entremont, piano (5th-6th works) ([New York, N.Y.]: Columbia 1 sound disc (40 min.): 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [Playable also on monaural equipment; Program notes on container Concerto no 2 in C minor for piano and orchestra, op 18 (33:35) -- Vocalise, op 34, no 14 (6:17) -- Prelude in G minor, op 23, no 5 (3:43) -- Prelude in G-sharp minor, op 32, no 12 (2:35) -- Prelude in C-sharp minor, op 3, no 2 (4:31) -- 18th variation: (Andante cantabile) from Rhapsody on a theme of Paganini, op 43 (2:40)], 1969.

13 371

Rachmaninoff, Sergei, Rhapsody on a theme of Paganini, op. 43: Martha Naset, piano; Royal Philharmonic Orchestra (in the 1st work); Paul Freeman, conductor (Tinton Falls, N.J: Musical Heritage Society, 1 sound disc: 12 in., 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [Durations: 23:33; 21:52; Program notes by Fedor Kabalin on container; Inscribed to Eugene Ormandy by Martha Naset: "To Maestro Ormandy with best wishes, Martha Naset 18 November 1978"], 1980.

39 655

Rachmaninoff, Sergei, Suite from the opera Aleko: USSR Symphony Orchestra; Yevgeny Svetlanov, conductor (United States: Melodiya/Angel, 1 sound disc: 12 in., 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [Durations: 21 min, 20 sec; 17 min, 8 sec; Program notes in part by K A Gee on container; Notes for duration of pieces written on album cover and record label by Eugene Ormandy Suite from Aleko Introduction; Dance of the women; Intermezzo; Dance of the men; Scherzo], 1963.

34 606

Rachmaninoff, Sergei, Symphonic dances: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([New York]: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) Masterworks [Program notes on container; Durations: 34:00; 16:00], 1961.

14 403

Rachmaninoff, Sergei, Symphonic dances: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([U.S.A.]: Odyssey, 1 sound disc (ca. 35 min): 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) The great Columbia stereo recordings ["Previously released on [Columbia] MS 6205"--Container; Durations: 34:00; 18:00; Program notes on container], 1972.

9 257

Rachmaninoff, Sergei, Symphonic dances: The Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([New York, N.Y.]: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, mono) [The 2nd work a suite for orchestra based on works by Paganini; Durations: 34:00; 16:00; Program notes on container], 1960.

3 45

Rachmaninoff, Sergei, Symphony no 3 in A minor, op 44: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor (New York, N.Y: Columbia, 1 sound disc (41 min.): 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) Masterworks [The 2d work arranged by the composer; Durations: 38 min, 7 sec; 6 min, 17 sec; Program notes, in part by the conductor, on container], 1967.

8 234

Rachmaninoff, Sergei, Symphony no. 1, in D minor, op. 13: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([New York, N.Y.]: Columbia Masterworks, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [Duration: 43 min, 56 sec; Program notes by Nicolas Slonimsky on container], 1967.

8 227

Rachmaninoff, Sergei, Symphony no. 2 in E minor, op. 27: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([New York]: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, mono) Masterworks [Program notes on container], 1959.

3 67

Rachmaninoff, Sergei, Symphony no. 2 in E minor, op. 27: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor (New York: RCA Records, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [Program notes by Jack Diether on container; "New recording"], 1975.

10 291

Rachmaninoff, Sergei, Symphony no. 2 in E minor: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([United States]: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, mono) [Program notes on container], 1951.

5 120

Rachmaninoff, Sergei, Symphony no. 2, in E minor, op. 27: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor (U.S.A: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) Masterworks [Duration: 47 min, 51 sec; Program notes on container], 1960.

15 431

Rachmaninoff, Sergei, Symphony no. 3, in A minor, op. 44: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([United States]: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, mono) [2nd work, originally for voice and piano, orchestrated by the composer; Program notes by Eugene Ormandy and Charles Burr on container], 1953.

5 114

Rachmaninoff, Sergei, The bells, op. 35: Phyllis Curtin, soprano; George Shirley, tenor; Michael Devlin, baritone (1st work); Temple University Choirs; Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([N.Y.]: RCA Red Seal, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [Sung in English; Duration about 35 min, 2 sec; about 11 min 27 sec; Notes by Clair W Van Ausdall on container The bells: The silver sleigh bells; The mellow wedding bells; The loud alarum bells; The mournful iron bells -- Three Russian songs: See! a wooden bridge is jutting; Oh, my Johnny; Quickly, quickly, from my cheeks the powder off], 1973.

11 297

Rachmaninoff, Sergei, The bells: Frances Yeend, soprano; David Lloyd, tenor; Mack Harrell, baritone; Temple University Choir; Elaine Brown, director (1st work); Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([United States]: Columbia, 1 sound disc (58 min., 10 sec.): 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, mono) Masterworks [Sung in English (1st work); 1st work a symphony for orchestra, chorus, and solo voices; 2nd work a symphonic poem; Program notes by Charles Burr on container The bells The silver sleigh bells; The mellow wedding bells; The loud alarm bells; The mournful iron bells], 1960.

3 62

Rachmaninoff, Sergei, The bells: Frances Yeend, soprano; David Lloyd, tenor; Mack Harrell, baritone; Temple University Choir; Elaine Brown, director (1st work); Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([United States]: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, mono) Columbia collectors' series. [Sung in English (1st work); 1st work a symphony for orchestra, chorus, and solo voices; 2nd work a symphonic poem The bells; The silver sleigh bells; The mellow wedding bells; The loud alarm bells; The mournful iron bells], 1967.

2 29

Rachmaninoff, Sergei, The complete Rachmaninoff: Sergei Rachmaninoff, piano; Philadelphia Orchestra; Leopold Stokowski (in the 2nd concerto and Rhapsody) and Eugene Ormandy, conductors (New York: RCA Red Seal, 1 sound disc 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, mono) [Program notes by Francis Crociata, Sophie Satin and Gregor Benko, and discography ([17] p: ill; 30 cm) laid in box; This recording was Record 97 in Stokowski's collection of recordings Concerto no 1 in F-sharp minor, op 1 -- Concerto no 2 in C minor, op 18 -- Concerto no 3 in D minor, op 30 -- Concerto no 4 in G minor, op 40 -- Rhapsody on a theme of Paganini, op 43], 1979.

1 7

Rachmaninoff, Sergei, The complete Rachmaninoff: Sergei Rachmaninoff, piano; Philadelphia Orchestra; Leopold Stokowski (in the 2nd concerto and Rhapsody) and Eugene Ormandy, conductors (New York: RCA Red Seal, 4 sound discs: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, mono) [Program notes by Francis Crociata, Sophie Satin and Gregor Benko, and discography ([17] p: ill; 30 cm) laid in box Concerto no 1 in F-sharp minor, op 1 -- Concerto no 2 in C minor, op 18 -- Concerto no 3 in D minor, op 30 -- Concerto no 4 in G minor, op 40 -- Rhapsody on a theme of Paganini, op 43], 1975.

12 334

Rachmaninoff, Sergei, The four concertos: Philadelphia Orchestra, with the composer at the piano; Leopold Stokowski, conductor (Concertos no 2 and 4, Rhapsody); Eugene Ormandy, conductor (Concertos no 1 and 3) (New York: RCA Victor, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, mono) [Title from container; Automatic sequence; Program notes principally by Abram Chasins ([7] p) laid in container; "Red Seal Collectors Issue"], 1969.

12 343

Rachmaninoff, Sergei, The four concertos; Rhapsody on a theme of Paganini: Philadelphia Orchestra, with the composer at the piano; Leopold Stokowski, conductor (Concerto no 2 and Rhapsody); Eugene Ormandy, conductor (Concertos no 1, 3, and 4) (New York: RCA Victor, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, mono) [Automatic sequence; Program notes principally by Abram Chasins ([7] p) laid in container Reviews of the works have been cut out and placed inside the program notes; "Red Seal Collector's Issue;" This recording was Record 193 in Gatewood's collection of recordings Concerto no 1 in F-sharp minor, op 1 -- Concerto no 2 in C minor, op 18 -- Concerto no 3 in D minor, op 30 -- Concerto no 4 in G minor, op 40 -- Rhapsody on a theme of Paganini, op 43], 1980.

1 5

Rachmaninoff, Sergei, The three symphonies: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy (N.Y: Columbia, 3 sound discs: 12 in., 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [Label: Columbia D3S 813 (MS 7076-7078); Program notes on container; Includes the composer's Vocalise, op 34, no 14], 1968.

2 24

Ravel, Maurice, Bolero: Dallas Symphony Orchestra; Eduardo Mata, conductor (New York, N.Y: RCA Red Seal, 1 sound disc: 12 in., 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [First work is a ballet and the 2nd is originally for piano; Inscribed to Eugene Ormandy by Eduardo Mata: "To Maestro Ormandy and Mrs Ormandy, with the greatest admiration Affectionately, Eduardo Mata;" Digital recording; Durations: 14:47; 7:22; 15:00], 1979.

39 656

Ravel, Maurice, Bolero: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([New York]: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, mono) Masterworks [The 2nd & 3rd works originally for piano; Program notes by Morris Hastings on container; Durations: 15:06; 17:02; 6:51], 1954.

3 47

Ravel, Maurice, Bolero: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([New York]: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) Masterworks [The 2nd & 3rd works originally for piano; Also available in mono: ML 5569 (Item 47); Durations: 15:06; 17:02; 6:51], 1961.

15 434

Ravel, Maurice, Concerto for the left hand: Robert Casadesus (1st & 2nd works), Gaby Casadesus (2nd), pianos; Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([New York]: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) Masterworks [Also available in mono: ML 5674; Durations: 17:30; 23:07], 1961.

6 166

Ravel, Maurice, Concerto in G major, for piano and orchestra: Philippe Entremont, piano (both works); Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor (1st work); Cleveland Orchestra; Pierre Boulez, conductor (2nd work) (New York, N.Y: Columbia, 1 sound disc (33 min.): 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) Masterworks [Program notes by Philippe Entremont on container; "Concerto in G Major previously released on MS 6629"], 1972.

6 158

Ravel, Maurice, Daphnis et Chloé: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor; Temple University Chorus; Elaine Brown, director; William Kincaid, flute (2nd work) ([New York, N.Y.]: Columbia, 3 sound discs: 10-12 in., analog, 78 rpm) Masterworks. [Columbia: MM 940 (13113-D to 13116-D); Title from container; Program notes by Morris Hastings on container], circa 1930s.

26 532

Ravel, Maurice, Rapsodie espagnole: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([New York]: Columbia, 1 sound disc 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, mono) Masterworks [Program notes by Morris Hastings on container], 1949.

5 124

Ravel, Maurice, Shéhérazade: Jennie Tourel, mezzo-soprano; New York Philharmonic; Leonard Bernstein, conductor (New York, N.Y: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) Columbia masterworks [The 1st work a song cycle; settings of 3 poems by Tristan Klingsor; Sung in French; Program notes by David Johnson on container; texts, with English translations ([2] p) inserted; Notes for filing order and duration of pieces written on album cover by Eugene Ormandy Shéhérazade Asie; Flûte enchantée; Indifférent], 1955.

34 608

Ravel, Maurice, The complete orchestral works of Ravel: Orchestre de la Société des Concerts du Conservatoire; André Cluytens, conductor ([S.l.]: Angel Records, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [Angel: S-36111 (on container: 36111); Originally for piano, arr for orchestra by the composer; Program notes by Jean Cotté, translated from French, on container; Notes for duration of pieces written on album cover by Eugene Ormandy Le tombeau de Couperin -- Menuet antique -- Alborada del gracioso -- Une barque sur l'océan -- Pavanne pour une infante défunte], 1963.

34 607

Reger, Max, Concerto in F minor, for piano and orchestra, op. 114: Rudolf Serkin, piano; Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([U.S.]: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [Duration: 37 min, 35 sec; Program notes by Max de Schauensee on container; Inscribed on back cover: "to Irvin and Dorothy from their devoted friend, Rudi, June 1961"], 1961.

14 405

Respighi, Ottorino, Church windows: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([New York, N.Y.]: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) Masterworks [Duration: 24 min, 36 sec and 17 min, 18 sec; Playable also on monaural equipment; Program notes by Douglas Townsend on container], 1969.

8 240

Respighi, Ottorino, Feste romane: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([S.l.]: Columbia, 1 sound disc (52 min.): 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, mono) Masterworks [Program notes on container; Ms notes on Brahms durations on envelope inside container], 1961.

3 42

Respighi, Ottorino, Roman festivals (Feste romane): Minneapolis Symphony Orchestra; Antal Dorati, conductor (Chicago: Mercury, 1 sound disc: 12 in., 33 1/3 rpm, mono) Olympian series [Program notes on slipcase; Notes for filing order written on album cover by Eugene Ormandy], 1964.

34 609

Respighi, Ottorino, The fountains of Rome: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([New York]: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) Masterworks ["Respighi's Roman Trilogy for the first time on one LP"--Container; Program notes on container], 1964.

8 208

Respighi, Ottorino, The fountains of Rome: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor (New York, N.Y: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) Fabulous Philadelphia sound series. [Program notes on container; "New recordings"], 1970.

16 455

Respighi, Ottorino, The great tone poems: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([New York, N.Y.]: RCA Red Seal, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [Title on container; Durations: 15 min, 50 sec; circa 26 min; 20 min, 20 sec; Program notes on container], 1976.

11 304

Respighi, Ottorino, The pines of Rome: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([S.l.]: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, mono) [Symphonic poems], 1965.

13 384

Reverie: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([New York, N.Y.]: Columbia, 1 sound disc (60 min.): 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) Masterworks [Program notes by James Goodfriend on container; Title from container Reverie / Debussy, arr William Smith -- Greensleeves / Vaughan Williams -- Nocturne / Borodin, arr Malcolm Sargent -- Waltz in C-sharp minor / Chopin -- Clair de Lune / Debussy, arr Lucien Cailliet -- Polovtsian Dance No 2 / Borodin -- Rhapsody on a theme of Paganini (18th variation) / Rachmaninoff -- Noctourne (Micaela's aria) from Carmen suite / Bizet -- Swan lake (excerpt from Act II) / Tchaikovsky -- Dawn from Peer Gynt suite / Grieg], 1964.

8 207

Riegger, Wallingford, Canon and fugue in D minor (1941): Jan Henrik Kayser, piano (2nd work); Oslo Philharmonic Orchestra (1st and 2nd works); Iceland Symphony Orchestra (3rd work); Iceland State Radio Chorus (3rd work); William Strickland, conductor (New York, N.Y: Composers Recordings, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm) [Durations: 8:20; 9:00; 14:30, respectively; Notes for filing order and duration of pieces written on album cover by Eugene Ormandy Notes for duration of pieces written on record label by Eugene Ormandy], 1964.

34 610

Riegger, Wallingford, Symphony no. 4, op. 63: Louisville Orchestra; Robert Whitney, conductor (Louisville, Ky: Louisville Orchestra, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [The Gerhard work originally for two pianos; Notes for filing order and duration of pieces written on album cover by Eugene Ormandy], 1970.

34 611

Rimsky-Korsakov, Nikolay, Le coq d'or suite: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor (New York: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) Masterworks [Program notes by Charles Burr on slipcase], 1959.

7 178

Rimsky-Korsakov, Nikolay, Russian Easter overture: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor (New York: Columbia Masterworks, 3 sound discs: 12 in., analog, 78 rpm) [Automatic sequence; Program notes by John Ball on container], 1949.

23 509

Rimsky-Korsakov, Nikolay, Scheherazade,: Anshel Brusilow, violin; Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([S.l.]: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) Masterworks [Duration: 44 min, 14 sec; Program notes on container], circa 1960s.

7 193

Rimsky-Korsakov, Nikolay, Scheherazade: Norman Carol, violin; Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor (New York: RCA, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, quad) Red seal; Quadradisc [Program notes by RD Darrell on container The sea and Sinbad's ship -- The story of the Kalender Prince -- The young Prince and the young Princess -- Festival at Bagdad; The sea and the ship goes to pieces on a rock surmounted by a bronze warrior; Conclusion], 1973.

10 283

Rimsky-Korsakov, Nikolay, Scheherazade: Norman Carol, violin; Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor (New York: RCA, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) Red seal [Program notes by R D Darrell on container The sea and Sinbad's ship -- The story of the Kalender Prince -- The young Prince and the young Princess -- Festival at Bagdad; The sea and the ship goes to pieces on a rock surmounted by a bronze warrior; Conclusion], 1974.

11 300

Roberts, Gertrud, Gertrud Roberts: Gertrud Roberts, harpsichord and piano ([Hawaii?]: Ho'okani Enterprises, 1 sound disc: 12 in., 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [Inscribed to Eugene Ormandy by Gertrud Roberts: "To Mr and Mrs Ormandy, A fond aloha Gertrud Roberts 3/21/1979" Chaconne -- Charlot Suite -- Triptych -- Rondo: Homage to Couperin -- Twelve Time Gardens], 1958.

39 657

Rodrigo, Joaquín. Concierto de Aranjuez: John Williams, guitar; Louis Rosenblatt, English horn solo; members of the Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([New York]: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) Masterworks [Durations: 20:48; 19:28; Program notes by Kay Jaffee on container], 1966.

8 221

Rodrigo, Joaquín. Concierto de Aranjuez: John Williams, guitar; Philhadelphia Orchestra, Eugene Ormandy, conductor (1st work); English Chamber Orchestra, [Sir] Charles Groves, conductor (2nd work) (New York, N.Y: CBS, 2 sound discs (95 min.): 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) Great performances [Durations: 20:48; 21:44; Program notes on container; "Previously released on MS 6834, MS 7063"], 1981.

1 9

Rodrigo, Joaquín. Concierto de Aranjuez: Narciso Yepes, guitar; Orquesta Sinfónica R T V Española; Odón Alonso, conductor ([Hamburg]: Deutsche Grammophon, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [Program notes by Sándor Ferenczy in German, English, and French on slipcase; Notes for duration of pieces written on record label by Eugene Ormandy], 1976.

34 612

Rózsa, Miklós, Concert overture, op. 26: Frankenland State Symphony Orchestra, the composer conducting (New York, N.Y: Decca 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, mono) Decca gold label series [Program notes by George Jellinek on slipcase; Inscribed to Eugene Ormandy by Miklós Rózsa: "For Juri and Gretel from Miklos, 1958"], 1958.

39 658

Rózsa, Miklós, Concerto for string orchestra, op. 17: MGM String Orchestra; Carlos Surinach, conductor ([United States]: MGM Records, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm) [Program notes on slipcase; Notes for duration of pieces written on record label by Eugene Ormandy Cover stamped For promotional use only, not for sale; MGM Records: E3565], 1973.

34 614

Rossini, Gioacchino, Stabat Mater: Sung-Sook Lee, soprano; Florence Quivar, mezzo-soprano; Kenneth Riegel, tenor; Paul Plishka, bass; May Festival Chorus; Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra; Thomas Schippers, conductor (New York, N.Y: Turnabout, 1 sound disc: 12 in., 33 1/3 rpm, quad) [Duration: circa 57 min; Latin text with English translation and program notes on container; Notes for duration of pieces written on album cover by Eugene Ormandy], undated.

34 613

Rudolf Serkin plays four great romantic piano concertos: With the Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([New York, NY]: Columbia, 3 sound discs: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm stereo) Masterworks [Label: D3S 741 (MS 6304, 6156, 6854); Manual sequence; Program notes by Chris Nelson on container; Contains op 15 and 83, by Brahms, op 25, by Mendelssohn, and op 54, by Schumann], 1965.

1 18

Saint-Saëns, Camille, Concerto no. 2 in G minor for piano and orchestra, op. 22: Philippe Entremont, piano; Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([United States]: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) Masterworks [Durations: 22:07; 24:38; Program notes by James Lyons on container], 1965.

8 219

Saint-Saëns, Camille, Concerto no. 2 in G minor, op. 22: Artur Rubinstein, piano; Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([New York]: RCA Red Seal, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [Program notes by Robert Offergeld on container], 1970.

12 351

Saint-Saëns, Camille, Symphony no. 1 in E flat, op. 2: Orchestre national de la RTF; Jean Martinon, conductor (Hollywood, Calif: Angel, 2 sound discs (111 min.): 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) Premiere stereo recordings [Durations: 30:47; 22:54; Program notes by James Harding on container; Notes for filing order and duration of pieces written on album cover by Eugene Ormandy Notes for duration of pieces written on record label by Eugene Ormandy], 1965.

34 615

Saint-Saëns, Camille, Symphony no. 3 in C minor, op. 78: Michael Murray, organ; Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor (Cleveland, Ohio: Telarc, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [Digital recording; Program notes, biographical notes on performers, notes on the organ, and technical notes on container], undated.

1 13

Saint-Saëns, Camille, Symphony no. 3 in C minor, op. 78: Philadelphia Orchestra; E Power Biggs, organ; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([New York, N.Y.]: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [Duration: 33 min, 25 sec; Program notes by Max De Schauensee on container; Also available in mono: ML 5869], 1963.

7 199

Schibler, Armin, Armin Schibler conducting and playing his works: George Kertész, viola; HR Stalder, clarinet; Orchestra of Radio Beromünster; the composer as pianist in 2d work ([Austria]: Amadeo, 1 sound disc: 12 in., 33 1/3 rpm, mono) [Title from container; Inscribed to Eugene Ormandy by Armin Schibler: "Nr 01 To Eugène Ormandy in great admiration, Armin Schibler;" Program notes on container Fantasy for viola and orchestra, op 15 (10 min, 10 sec)--Esquisses de danse for piano, op 51 (8 min, 40 sec)--Concertino for clarinet and strings, op 49 (11 min, 50 sec)--Orchestral prelude, The bill-stickers and Wedding music from the ballet-opera, The bed of destiny, op 46 (16 min, 30 sec)], 1972.

39 659

Schoenberg, Arnold, Gurrelieder: Martha Lipton, mezzo-soprano; Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra of New York; Leonard Stokowski, conductor (1st work) Gertrude Ribla, soprano; Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor (2d work) ([S.l.]: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 10 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, mono) Masterworks [Sung in German; Program notes and synopsis of the portions from the opera sung on container Wozzeck: Interlude, Military music, and Cradle song -- Merle's Bible reading -- Death of Wozzeck and final scene], 1950.

19 483

Schoenberg, Arnold, Gurrelieder: Martha Lipton, mezzo-soprano; Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra of New York; Leonard Stokowski, conductor (1st work); Gertrude Ribla, soprano; Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor (2nd work) (United States: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, mono) Masterworks [This recording was Record 225 in Gatewood's collection of recordings; Sung in German; Program notes and synopsis of the portions from the opera sung on container Gurrelieder: Lied der Waldtaube / Schonberg -- Wozzeck: Interlude, Military music, Cradle song; Merle's Bible reading; Death of Wozzeck and final scene / Berg], 1962.

7 191

Schoenberg, Arnold, Piano concerto, op. 42: Peter Serkin, piano; Arnold Steinhardt, violin; Chicago Symphony Orchestra; Seiji Ozawa, conductor (New York: RCA Red Seal, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [Durations: 23:54; 13:47; 9:45; Notes by Arthur Cohn on container; Notes for location written on album cover by Eugene Ormandy Notes for duration of pieces written on record label by Eugene Ormandy], 1968.

35 618

Schoenberg, Arnold, The music of Arnold Schoenberg: Columbia Symphony Strings; Irene Jordan, soprano; Columbia Symphony Orchestra; Ithaca College Concert Choir; Robert Craft, conductor (New York: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [German texts with English translations and program notes by the conductor on container; Notes for title and duration of piece written on record sleeve by Eugene Ormandy Suite for string orchestra -- Six songs, op 8 -- Friede auf Erden, op 13 -- Orchestration of the Brahms Piano quartet in G minor, op 25], 1968.

35 617

Schoenberg, Arnold, The music of Arnold Schoenberg: Regina Sarfaty, mezzosoprano; Rita Tritter, soprano; Victor Braun, speaker; Festival Singers of Toronto; Cleveland Orchestra, CBC Symphony Orchestra; Columbia Symphony; Robert Craft, conductor (New York: Columbia, 2 sound discs (102 min.): 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [Program notes and texts of the vocal works, with English translations, laid in container; Notes for titles and duration of pieces written on record sleeves by Eugene Ormandy Five pieces for orchestra, op 16, original version -- Four orchestral songs, op 22 -- Chamber Symphony no 2, op 38 Kol nidre op 39 -- Herzgewächse, op 20 -- Dreimal tausend Jahre, op 50A -- Chamber symphony no 1, op 9 -- Prelude and fugue in E-flat major (St Anne), Schmücke dich, O liebe Seele, and Komm, Gott, Schöpfer, heiliger Geist, by Bach, orchestrated by Schoenberg -- Interview with Halsey Stevens], 1962.

35 616

Schoenberg, Arnold, Verklärte Nacht: Minneapolis Symphony Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor (Camden, N.J: RCA Victor, 2 sound discs: 12 in., analog, 78 rpm) Musical masterpiece series. ["Victrola;" Includes notes ([4] p) inserted], circa 1940s.

21 497

Schubert, Franz, Schubert's greatest hits: New York Philharmonic; Leonard Bernstein conductor (1st work); Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor (2d-4th works); Rudolf Serkin, piano (5th work); Cleveland Orchestra; George Szell, conductor (6th work); Temple University Concert Choir; Robert Page, director (3d work) ([United States]: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) Masterworks [Program notes on container Symphony no 8 in B minor (Unfinished) -- Marche militaire -- Ave Maria (arr Arthur Harris for chorus and orchestra) -- Serenade (arr Arthur Harris for orchestra) -- Moment musicale no 3 in F minor, op 94 (for piano) -- Ballet music no 2 from Rosamunde], 1969.

13 370

Schubert, Franz, Symphony no 4. in C minor: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([New York, N.Y.]: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [Durations: 29:00; 28:00; Program notes by Phillip Ramey on container], 1972.

6 154

Schubert, Franz, Symphony no. 8 in B minor ("Unfinished"): Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([New York]: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, mono) [Program notes by Morris C Hastings on container], 1958.

4 77

Schubert, Franz, Symphony no. 8, in B minor: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor (New York: RCA Red Seal, 2 sound discs: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [Duration: 21:06; 27:38; Playable also on monaural equipment; Program notes by William Smith on container], between 1951 and 1953.

14 389

Schubert, Franz, Symphony no. 9, in C major: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([N.Y.]: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [Duration: 49 min, 52 sec; Playable also on monaural equipment; Program notes on container], 1970.

9 243

Schuman, William, Credendum: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor (1st work); Leon Kirchner, piano; Philharmonic-Symphony Orchestra of New York; Dimitri Mitropoulos, conductor (2nd work) (New York: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, mono) [Program notes by Edwin H Schloss and Irving Kolodin on container; Credendum "commissioned by the United States National Commission for UNESCO through the U S Department of State" Kirchner Piano concerto "commissioned by the Koussevitsky Foundation"], 1957.

4 82

Schuman, William, Symphony no. 6, in one movement: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor (New York: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm mono) [Schuman piece "Commissioned by the Dallas Symphony Orchestra League;" Program notes on container], 1955.

5 112

Schuman, William, Symphony no. 6; Symphony no. 9: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor (New York, N.Y: Composers Recordings, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) American contemporary [Durations: 27:29; 28:05; Program notes on container], circa 1950s.

2 27

Schuman, William, Symphony no. 9: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor (New York: RCA Red Seal, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [Program notes by John Briggs on slipcase; "First recordings;" Durations: 28:05; 23:10], 1971.

13 356

Schuman, William, Symphony no. III: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([New York]: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, mono) Masterworks [Walter W Naumburg Foundation American Composition Award; Program notes on container], 1950.

5 122

Schumann, Robert, Concerto in A minor for cello and orchestra, op. 129: Leonard Rose, violoncello; New York Philharmonic, Leonard Bernstein, conductor (1st work); Philadelphia Orchestra, Eugene Ormandy, conductor (2nd work) ([New York]: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) Masterworks [Durations: 23:52; 21:07; Program notes on container], 1961.

6 168

Schumann, Robert, Concerto in A minor, for piano and orchestra, op. 54: Rudolf Serkin, piano; Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([New York]: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, mono) [Program notes by Charles Burr on container], 1958.

3 50

Schumann, Robert, Koncert a moll pro klavír a orchestr, op. 54: ([Prague]: Supraphon [production company]; CBS [distributor], 1 sound disc: 12 in., 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [From the collection of Eugene Ormandy], 1958.

35 619

Schumann, Robert, Symphony no. 2 in C major, op. 61: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor (Camden, N.J: Victor, 3 sound discs: 12 in., analog, 78 rpm) [Label: DM 448 (16401-16405);"Red seal record"], 1947.

20 490

Schumann, Robert, Symphony no. 4, in D minor (op. 120): Minneapolis Symphony Orch; Eugene Ormandy, conductor (Camden, N.J: RCA Victor, 4 sound discs: 12 in., analog, 78 rpm) Musical masterpiece series ["Victrola;" Includes notes ([4] p) inserted], 1932.

21 496

Scriabin, Aleksandr Nikolayevich, The Poem of ecstasy: Gilbert Johnson, trumpet (1st work); Vladimir Sokoloff, piano (2nd work); Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([New York, N.Y.]: RCA Red Seal, 1 sound disc (37 min.): 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [Program notes by Faubion Bowers on inner liner; English translation of the composer's poem: The poem of ecstasy, on container], 1971.

13 357

Serenade for strings: Strings of the Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([New York, N.Y.]: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [Program notes by Charles Burr on container Serenade in C major / Tchaikovsky (21:54) -- Nocturne for string orchestra / Borodin, arr Malcolm Sargent (8:53) -- Adagio for strings / Barber (7:42) -- Fantasia on Greensleeves / Vaughan Williams (4:58)], 1961.

14 404

Serenade for strings: Strings of the Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([New York, NY]: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) Masterworks [Program notes by Charles Burr on container Serenade in C major / Tchaikovsky (21:54) -- Nocturne for string orchestra / Borodin (8:53) -- Adagio for strings / Barber (7:42) -- Fantasia on Greensleeves / Vaughan Williams (4:58)], 1961.

15 435

Serkin, Rudolf, Showpieces for piano and orchestra: Rudolf Serkin, piano; The Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor (New York: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) Masterworks [Columbia: MS 7423; Title from container; Program notes on container Capriccio brillante for piano and orchestra, op 22 / Mendelssohn (11:57) -- Introduction and concert allegro for piano and orchestra, op 134 / Schumann (14:54) -- Burleske in D minor for piano and orchestra, op 11 / Strauss (19:20)], 1969.

14 417

Shostakovich, Dmitriĭ Dmitrievich, Concerto for cello, in E flat, op. 107: Mstislav Rostropovich, violoncello; Mason Jones, solo horn (in the 1st work); Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor (New York, N.Y: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) Masterworks [Duration: 27 min, 18 sec, and 30 min, 10 sec, respectively; Program notes, including reviews from American and Russian newspapers (the latter in translation), on container; Container labelled ML 5452; sound disc labelled MS 6124], 1960.

3 66

Shostakovich, Dmitriĭ Dmitrievich, Concerto no. 1 in E-flat major for cello and orchestra, op. 107: Yo-Yo Ma, violoncello; Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor (New York, N.Y: CBS Masterworks, 3 sound discs: 12 in., 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [Digital recording; Durations: 27:15; 18:10; Program notes by Phillip Ramey in English, French, and German on container; biographical notes on Yo-Yo Ma inside container], 1955.

1 5

Shostakovich, Dmitriĭ Dmitrievich, Quartet no. 13 for two violins, viola and cello in B flat major, op. 138: Beethoven quartet: D Tsyganov, violin; N Zabavnikov, violin; F Druzhinin, viola; S Shirinskiĭ, cello; D Shostakovich, piano (USSR: Melodiya, 2 sound discs: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo,) [Program notes in Russian on container; Inscribed to Eugene Ormandy, probably by Dmitriĭ Shostakovich, in Russian, in 1973 Notes for duration of piece written on album cover by Eugene Ormandy], 1977.

39 661

Shostakovich, Dmitriĭ Dmitrievich, Suite from the incidental music to Hamlet, op. 32: Louisville Orchestra; Jorge Mester, conductor (Louisville, Ky: Louisville Orchestra, 1 sound disc (49 min., 32 sec.): 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [In the 1st work, "For the present recording the order of numbers has been altered somewhat;" Notes for duration of pieces written on album cover and record label by Eugene Ormandy], 1983.

35 621

Shostakovich, Dmitriĭ Dmitrievich, Symphony no. 10 in E minor, op. 93: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor (New York, N.Y: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) Masterworks [Program notes by Phillip Ramey on container; Duration 48:09 written in pencil on container], 1970.

6 162

Shostakovich, Dmitriĭ Dmitrievich, Symphony no. 13, op. 113: Babi Yar: Tom Krause, baritone; Male Chorus of the Mendelssohn Club, Philadelphia; Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([United States]: RCA Red Seal, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [Words by Yevgeny Yevtushenko; sung in Russian; Duration: 1 hr, 53 sec; Program notes by Arthur Cohn on container; text in Russian transliteration, with English translation ([4] p ill) inserted in container Babi Yar: --Humor --At the store --Fears --A career], 1970.

12 350

Shostakovich, Dmitriĭ Dmitrievich, Symphony no. 14, op. 135: Phyllis Curtin, soprano; Simon Estes, bass; Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor (New York: RCA Red Seal, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [Sung in Russian; Duration: 49 min, 7 sec; Program notes by Peter Heyworth on container; Russian (romanized) texts, with English translations ([2] p) inserted De profundis (F Garcia Lorca) -- Malagueña (F Garcia Lorca) --Lorelei (G Apollinaire) --The suicide (G Apollinaire) --On watch (G Apollinaire) --Madam, look! (G Apollinaire) --In prison (G Apollinaire) --The Zaporozhian cossacks' answer to the Sultan of Constantinople (G Apollinaire) --O Delvig, Delvig! (W K Küchelbecker) --The death of the poet (R M Rilke) --Conclusion (R M Rilke)], 1971.

13 354

Shostakovich, Dmitriĭ Dmitrievich, Symphony no. 15: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([New York, N.Y.]: RCA Red Seal, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, quad) [Duration: 43 min, 18 sec; "Premiere recording in the Western World The Russian Master's Newest Masterpiece"], 1972.

10 287

Shostakovich, Dmitriĭ Dmitrievich, Symphony no. 15, op. 141: ([Russia?]: Melodiya, 1 sound disc: 12 in., 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [Inscribed to Eugene Ormandy in Russian, 1972], 1973.

39 660

Shostakovich, Dmitriĭ Dmitrievich, Symphony no. 4, op. 43: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([S.l.] Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [Program notes by David Johnson on container], 1963.

7 198

Shostakovich, Dmitriĭ Dmitrievich, Symphony no. 5, op. 47: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([New York, N.Y.]: RCA Red Seal, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [Duration: about 47 min, 30 sec; Program notes by Royal S Brown on container; "New recording"], 1974.

10 292

Shostakovich, Dmitriĭ Dmitrievich, Symphony no. 5, op. 47: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor (New York: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) Masterworks [Playable also on monaural equipment; Program notes by Thomas Frost on container], 1969.

9 244

Shostakovich, Dmitriĭ Dmitrievich, The last three symphonies: Tom Krause, baritone, male chorus of the Mendelssohn Club of Philadelphia (1st work); Phyllis Curtin, soprano, Simon Estes, bass (2d work); Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor; sung in Russian ([New York, N.Y.]: RCA Red Seal, 3 sound discs: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [Title from container; at head of title: In memoriam Dmitri Shostakovich, 1906-1975; Words of 1st work by Y Yevtushenko; of 2nd F Garcia Lorca, G Apollinaire, WK Küchelbecker, and RM Rilke; In container; manual sequence; Program notes by A Cohn, P Heyworth, and Ormandy, and texts (transliterated) with English translations by J Buketoff ([8] p port) laid in No 13, op 133 (Babi Yar) -- No 14, op 135 -- No 15, op 141], 1975.

12 340

Shostakovich, Dmitriĭ Dmitrievich, Violin concerto, op. 99: David Oĭstrakh, violin; Leningrad Philharmonic Orchestra; Eugene Mravinsky, conductor (New York, N.Y: Monitor, 1 sound disc: 12 in., 33 1/3 rpm, mono) [Duration: 35 min, 50 sec; Program notes by David Oĭstrakh and translated by Bernard L Koten on slipcase; Notes for filing order written on album cover by Eugene Ormandy Notes for duration of pieces written on record label by Eugene Ormandy], 1968.

35 620

Shostakovich, Dmitriĭ Dmitrievich, William Kapell: William Kapell, piano; Symphony Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor (first piece); Leopold Stokowski, conductor (second piece) ([United States]: Opus Records, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm mono) [This recording was Record 116 in Gatewood's collection of recordings; "Private record"], 1956.

3 54

Sibelius, Jean, A Sibelius festival: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor; Mormon Tabernacle Choir (on 1st work); Louis Rosenblatt, solo English horn (on 2d work) ([United States]: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) Masterworks [Title from container; Program notes by Charles Samuels on container Finlandia -- The swan of Tuonela -- Valse triste -- En saga, op 9], 1965.

8 216

Sibelius, Jean, Concerto in D minor for violin and orchestra, op. 47: David Oistrakh, violin (in the 1st work); Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([New York, NY]: Columbia Odyssey, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [The 2nd work a symphonic poem; "Previously released on MS 6157"--Container; Durations: 30:39; 9:51], 1971.

9 255

Sibelius, Jean, Concerto in D minor for violin and orchestra, op. 47: Isaac Stern, violin; Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor (New York, N.Y: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [Program notes on container], 1961.

6 165

Sibelius, Jean, Concerto in D minor, op. 47: Dylana Jenson, violin; Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor (New York, N.Y: RCA Red Seal, 1 sound disc (52 min): 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [Digital recording; Durations: 32:08; 8:50; Program notes by Irving Kolodin, with notes about digital recording by John Pfeiffer on container], 1981.

12 336

Sibelius, Jean, Finlandia: John Minsker, English horn (2nd work); Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([New York]: Columbia Masterworks, 1 sound disc: 10 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm) [Columbia Masterworks: AL 9; Symphonic poems], 1951.

19 475

Sibelius, Jean, Finlandia: John Minsker, English horn (in the 2d work); Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([New York]: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 10 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, mono) Masterworks [The Rachmaninoff works originally for piano; arranged for orchestra by Lucien Cailliet], 1951.

19 486

Sibelius, Jean, Four legends from the Kalevala: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([Hollywood, Calif.]: Angel, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [Suite consisting of 4 symphonic poems; Title on container: Four legends from the "Kalevala;" Duration: circa 51 min; Program notes by Richard Freed on container Lemminkäinen and the maidens of Saari -- Swan of Tuonela -- Lemminkäinen in Tuonela -- Lemminkäinen's return], 1985.

1 1

Sibelius, Jean, Lemminkäinen suite: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([U.S.]: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, mono) [Four symphonic poems, comprising op 22; Program notes on container Lemminkäinen and the maidens of Saari; The swan of Tuonela; Lemminkäinen in Tuonela; Lemminkäinen's homecoming], 1953.

4 93

Sibelius, Jean, Swan of Tuonela: Philadelphia Orchestra, John Minsker, English horn (1st work); Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([New York, N.Y.]: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 78 rpm) Masterworks [], circa 1940s.

24 513

Sibelius, Jean, Symphony no. 1, in E minor, op. 39: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([New York]: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) Masterworks [Duration: 39 min, 24 sec; Program notes and biographical note by Eugene Ormandy titled "Jean Sibelius: A Reminiscence" on container], 1962.

7 190

Sibelius, Jean, Symphony no. 2 in D major, op. 43: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([New York]: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, mono) Masterworks [Program notes on container], 1949.

5 128

Sibelius, Jean, Symphony no. 2 in D major, op. 43: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([S.l.]: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, mono) Masterworks [Program notes by Charles Burr on container], 1957.

4 78

Sibelius, Jean, Symphony no. 2 in D, op. 43: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor (New York: RCA Red Seal, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, quad) [Duration: about 45 min; Program notes by Herbert Kupferberg on container; Quadradisc], 1979.

10 285

Sibelius, Jean, Symphony no. 2, in D major, op. 43: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([United States]: Odyssey, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [Duration: about 43 min, 30 sec; Program notes on container; Previously released as MS 6024], 1971.

9 253

Sibelius, Jean, Symphony no. 4 in A minor, op. 63: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor (New York, N.Y: RCA Red Seal, 1 sound disc (38 min.): 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [Second work is a symphonic poem; At head of title: Ormandy conducts Sibelius; Durations: 33:00; 19:52; Program notes by Richard Freed on container], 1982.

11 330

Sibelius, Jean, Symphony no. 4, in A minor, op. 63: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([United States]: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, mono) Masterworks ["Issued in commemoration of the composer's 90th birthday;" Program notes by Charles Burr on container], 1955.

3 61

Sibelius, Jean, Symphony no. 5 in E-flat, op. 82: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor (New York, N.Y: RCA Red Seal, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [Durations: 33:20; 18:03; Also issued on cassette: ARK1-2906; Program and biographical notes by Richard Freed on container], 1979.

11 320

Sibelius, Jean, Symphony no. 7 in C, op. 105: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor (New York, N.Y: RCA Red Seal, 3 sound discs: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [The 2nd and 3rd works are symphonic poems; At head of title: Ormandy conducts Sibelius; Durations: 23:37; 10:31; 13:06; Program notes by Richard Freed on container], 1973.

12 333

Smetana, Bedřich, The bartered bride: Minneapolis Symphony Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor (Camden, N.J: Victor, 2 sound discs: 10 in., [78 rpm]) [Victor: 1761], 1935.

25 526

Spectacular overtures: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([New York, NY]: RCA Red Seal, 2 sound discs: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) ["Newly recorded;" Program notes on container Poet and peasant / Suppé William Tell / Rossini Zampa / Hérold Orpheus in Hades / Offenbach Light cavalry / Suppé], 1976.

16 458

Spectaculars!: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor (New York: Columbia, 1 sound disc (34 min.): 12 in., 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) Masterworks [Program notes on container Cancans (from Gaîté parisienne) / Offenbach -- The old woman who lived in the shoe; The buffoons (from "The Nutcracker, Act II) / Tchaikovsky -- Fire-bell polka / Josef Strauss -- Procession of Bacchus (from "Sylvia") / Delibes -- Galop (Dance of the hours, from La Gioconda) / Ponchielli -- Scène (from Swan Lake, Act I) / Tchaikovsky -- The Peruvian and the cocodettes; Canan (from Gaîté pariseienne) / Offenbach -- Tritsch-tratsch polka / Johann Strauss -- The huntresses (from Sylvia) / Delibes -- Troika (from Lietenant Kijé) / Prokofiev -- Mazurka (from Swan lake, Act II) / Tchaikovsky], 1965.

14 411

Stern, Isaac, Four favorite violin concertos: Isaac Stern, violin; New York Philharmonic; Leonard Bernstein, conductor (1st work); Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor (2nd-4th works) ([United States]: Columbia, 3 sound discs: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) Masterworks [Label: DL3 721 (MS 6093, 6153, 6062); Manual sequence; Program notes by Charles Burr and James Goodfriend on container; Concerto for violin and orchestra in D major, op 61 / Beethoven (43 min, 45 sec) -- Concerto for violin and orchestra in D major, op 77 / Brahms (39 min, 58 sec) -- Concerto for violin and orchestra in D major, op 35 / Tchaikovsky (38 min) -- Concerto for violin and orchestra in E minor, op 64 / Mendelssohn (27 min, 25 sec)], 1966.

1 17

Strauss, Johann, Acceleration waltz: Minneapolis Symphony Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor (Camden, N.J: Victor, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 78 rpm) ["Red seal record"], circa 1940s.

25 515

Strauss, Johann, Crown jewels of the waltz kings: The Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor; Toni Noichl, zither soloist (New York, N.Y: RCA Records, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 3 1/3 rpm, stereo) [Title from container; Program notes on container by Richard Freed Treasure waltz from "The gypsy baron" (6:42) -- Morning papers (9:06) -- Emperor waltz (10:20) -- Tales from the Vienna Woods (10:42) -- Where the citrons bloom (6:37) -- Artists' life (7:59)], 1970.

12 349

Strauss, Johann, Fledermaus: Lily Pons, Ljuba Welitsch, sopranos; Martha Lipton, mezzo-soprano; Richard Tucker, Charles Kullman, tenors; John Brownlee, baritone; supporting soloists; Orchestra and Chorus of the Metropolitan Opera Association; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([U.S.]: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm) Masterworks [Columbia: SL 108 Labels: ML 54377-54378; Operetta in 3 acts; English version by Dietz and Kanin, based on the original Meilhac-Halévy French play and the Haffner-Genée German libretto; Title on container: The Metropolitan Opera version of Johann Strauss' Fledermaus; Notes by Garson Kanin and English libretto (12 p) bound in container; Automatic sequence], 1954.

14 390

Strauss, Johann, Pizzicato polka: Minneapolis Symphony Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor (Camden, N.J: Victor, 1 sound disc: 10 in., analog, 78 rpm) ["Red seal record"], circa 1940s.

25 529

Strauss, Johann, Strauss overtures: The Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([New York, N.Y.]: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 10 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm) Masterworks [Program notes by Morris Hastings on container Die fledermaus, overture, op 56; The Gypsy baron, overture; Blue Danube waltz, op 314; Tales from the Vienna woods, op 325], 1949.

19 480

Strauss, Johann, The blue Danube: New York Philharmonic, Leonard Bernstein, conductor; The Philadelphia Orchestra, Eugene Ormandy, conductor; The Cleveland Orchestra, George Szell, conductor (New York: CBS Records, 1 sound disc: 12 in., 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [Label: MG 35918 (M 37057-M 37058);"Selections on this album were previously released on MS 7288, MS 6217, MS 6352, Y 30053;" Includes two selections composed by Josef Strauss The Blue Danube waltz; The emperor waltz; Vienna blood waltz; Artist's life; Voices of spring; Tales from the Vienna woods; Thousand and one nights; Wine, women and song; Roses from the south / Johann Strauss -- Austrian village swallows; Delirien / Josef Strauss], 1977.

1 10

Strauss, Johann, The Emperor waltz: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([New York, N.Y.]: RCA Red Seal, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [Durations and program notes on container Emperor waltz, op 437 -- Annen polka, op 117 -- Artist's life, op 31 / Johann Strauss -- Feuerfest polka, op 269 / Josef Strauss -- Die Fledermaus: Overture, op 362 -- Thunder and lightning polka, op 324 -- Roses from the south, op 388 -- Auf der Jagd polka, op 373 / Johann Strauss], 1977.

11 311

Strauss, Johann, Thunder and lightning polka: Philco "Phonorama" demonstration record: Philadelphia Orchestra Pops; Eugene Ormandy, conductor; and excerpts from various performers, including the Philadelphia Orchestra ([United States]: Philco Phonorama, 4 sound discs: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, mono) [Label side B: From the complete Masterworks recording, OverturesPolkasMarches, Record no ML 4686; Label side A: Excerpted from Columbia Records CL6211; ML2168; ML4652; ML4355; ML4467; ML4515; ML4452; SL113 [comprising demonstrations of various instruments (harpsichord, violin, cello, string bass, brass bass, triangle, piano, bass drum) by various performers including Ormandy and Philadelphia Orchestra (brass bass, ML4467)]; No container], 1941.

20 488

Strauss, Johann, Voices of spring: Mady Mesplé, soprano; Franck Pourcel Orchestra; Franck Pourcel, arranger-conductor (Hollywood, Calif: Angel, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [Title on container: Mady Mesplé sings Voices of spring; Notes for filing order and duration of pieces written on album cover by Eugene Ormandy; Durations and program notes by James Ringo on container Voices of spring--Wine, women and song--Tales of the Vienna woods--Vienna bonbons--On the beautiful blue Danube--Artist's life--Wiener blut--Emperor waltz], 1966.

35 624

Strauss, Richard, Alpine symphony: Philadelphia Orchestra; André Previn, conductor (Hollywood, Calif: Angel, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [Program notes on container by William Mann; From the collection of Eugene Ormandy Slipcover stamped Property of Capitol Records, Inc; This album is on loan for promotional uses only], 1960.

35 622

Strauss, Richard, Also sprach Zarathustra, op. 30: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor (New York, NY: Columbia Records, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) The sound of genius masterworks library [Program notes on container], 1981.

13 379

Strauss, Richard, Also sprach Zarathustra,: Norman Carol, violin; Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor (New York, N.Y: RCA Red Seal, 1 sound disc (37 min., 18 sec.): 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [Program notes by Robert W Gutman on container], 1975.

10 289

Strauss, Richard, Also sprach Zarathustra: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([New York, N.Y.]: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) Masterworks [Duration: 32 min, 40 sec; Program notes by Herbert Reid on slipcase], 1964.

8 206

Strauss, Richard, Also sprach Zarathustra: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor (Hollywood, Calif: Angel, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [Symphonic poem; Digital recording; Program notes by William Mann on container], 1982.

1 6

Strauss, Richard, Bourgeois gentilhomme suite: Mason Jones, horn (2nd work); Philadelphia Orchestra, Eugene Ormandy, conductor (New York, N.Y: Columbia, 1 sound disc (63 min.): 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) Masterworks ["The fabulous Philadelphia sound series;" Durations: 33:46; 15:15; Program notes by Phillip Ramey on container], 1973.

6 151

Strauss, Richard, Der rosenkavalier waltzes: Eugene Ormandy and the Minneapolis Symphony Orchestra (Camden, N.J: Victor, 1 sound disc: 10 in., [78 rpm]) [Victor: 1758; "Red seal record"], 1936.

25 525

Strauss, Richard, Der Rosenkavalier: suite; Till Eulenspiegel's merry pranks; Salome: dance of the seven veils,: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([United States]: Columbia Records, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, mono) Masterworks [Program notes by Edward Cole on container Der Rosenkavalier: suite; Till Eulenspiegel's merry pranks, op 28; Salome: dance of the seven veils, op 54], 1964.

2 30

Strauss, Richard, Don Juan, op 20: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([S.l.]: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, mono) Masterworks [Symphonic poems; Duration: 17 min, and 23 min, 40 sec, respectively; Program notes by Edwin H Schloss and Max de Schauensee on container], 1960.

3 74

Strauss, Richard, Don Juan, op. 20: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([New York, NY]: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, mono) Masterworks [Program notes by Charles Burr on slipcase], 1950.

4 84

Strauss, Richard, Don Quixote,: Philadelphia Orchestra, with Lorne Munroe, violoncello, and Carlton Cooley, viola; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([United States]: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) Masterworks [Duration: 41 min, 20 sec; Program notes by Max de Schauensee on container], 1964.

7 203

Strauss, Richard, Don Quixote: Samuel Mayes, violoncello; Joseph de Pasquale, viola; Norman Carol, violin; Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([New York, N.Y.]: RCA RedSeal, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [Program notes by Benjamin Folkman on container], 1977.

11 312

Strauss, Richard, Ein Heldenleben, 0p. 40: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor; with Anshel Brusilow, violin ([New York, N.Y.]: Odyssey, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) The great Columbia stereo recordings [Symphonic poem; Program notes on container], 1972.

10 275

Strauss, Richard, Ein Heldenleben: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([U.S.]: Columbia, 3 sound discs: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, mono) [Symphonic poem; Program notes by Charles Burr on container], 1968.

3 49

Strauss, Richard, Suite from Der Rosenkavalier: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([S.l.]: Columbia Masterworks, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm) [Program notes on container], 1949.

5 133

Strauss, Richard, Taillefer, op. 52: In the 1st work: Maria Cebotari, soprano; Walter Ludwig, tenor; Hans Hotter, bass; Rudolph Lamy Choir In both works: Symphony Orchestra of Radio Berlin; Arthur Rother, conductor ([New Jersey]: Urania, 1 sound disc: 12 in., 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [The second work for chamber orchestra; Notes for filing order and duration of pieces written on album cover by Eugene Ormandy; Program notes by Fred Low and text of 1st work, in German by Ludwig Uhland with English translation by Paul England, on container], 1972.

35 623

Strauss, Richard, Three orchestral favorites: Philadelphia Orchestra, Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([New York, N.Y.]: RCA Red Seal, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [The 1st and 3d works are symphonic poems; the 2d is a suite from the opera; Durations: 18 min, 8 sec; circa 23 min; 16 min, 16 sec; Program notes by Speight Jenkins on container Don Juan, op 20 -- Der Rosenkavalier, suite -- Till Eulenspiegel's merry pranks, op 28], 1976.

11 305

Stravinsky, Igor, Agon: Boston Symphony Orchestra; Erich Leinsdorf, conductor ([New York]: RCA Victor, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [Durations: 20:36; 21:07; Program notes by Gunther Schuller on slipcase; Notes for filing order and duration of pieces written on album cover by Eugene Ormandy Notes for duration of pieces written on record label by Eugene Ormandy], 1965.

35 625

Stravinsky, Igor, Le sacre du printemps: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([S.l.]: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, mono) [Program notes by Charles Burr on container], 1955.

5 111

Stravinsky, Igor, Orpheus: Chicago Symphony Orchestra (in the 1st work); Columbia Symphony Orchestra (in the 2d); the composer conducting ([United States]: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) Columbia masterworks [The 2d work commissioned by the Elizabeth Sprague Coolidge Foundation in the Library of Congress; Durations: 30:45; 28:45; Program notes by the composer on container; Notes for filing order and duration of pieces written on album cover by Eugene Ormandy], 1978.

35 626

Stravinsky, Igor, Petrushka suite: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor (United States: Columbia, 1 sound disc (35 min.): 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, mono) Masterworks [The 1st work ballet excerpts; Program notes by Alfred Frankenstein on container; Durations: 28:53; 24:16 Háry János suite The fairy tale begins (3:33); Viennese musical clock (2:18); Song (5:58); The battle and defeat of Napoleon (4:12); Intermezzo (4:58); Entrance of the Emperor and his court (3:02)], 1965.

4 106

Stravinsky, Igor, Pulcinella suite: New York Philharmonic; Pierre Boulez, conductor ([United States]: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [The 1st work for chamber orchestra from the ballet after G B Pergolesi; Container missing Notes for filing order and duration of pieces written on record sleeve by Eugene Ormandy Notes for duration of pieces written on record label by Eugene Ormandy; Durations: circa 24 min; 11 min, 52 sec; 9 min, 42 sec; "SQ stereo/quadraphonic;" Also issued in cassette: MT 35105], 1979.

35 627

Stravinsky, Igor, Suite from the firebird: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor (New York, N.Y: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) The Fabulous Philadelphia sound series [Duration: 20 min, 36 sec; 28 min, 53 sec; Program notes on container], 1972.

6 157

Stravinsky, Igor, Symphony of Psalms: Columbia Broadcasting Symphony; mixed chorus (1st work); Philharmonic-Symphony Orchestra of New York (2nd work); Igor Stravinsky, conductor ([New York]: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, mono) [Program notes on slipcase include texts of the Psalms from the Vulgate and King James version; Notes for duration of pieces written on album cover and record label by Eugene Ormandy], 1968.

36 629

Stravinsky, Igor, Symphony of Psalms: Saramae Endich, soprano; Robert Shaw Chorale; RCA Victor Symphony Orchestra; Robert Shaw, conductor (New York: RCA Victor, , analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [Program notes on container; Notes for filing order written on album cover by Eugene Ormandy Notes for duration of pieces written on record label by Eugene Ormandy 2 copies of this record owned by Eugene Ormandy], 1965.

36 630-631

Stravinsky, Igor, The rite of spring: Philadelphia Orchestra; Riccardo Muti, conductor (Hollywood, California: Angel, 1 sound disc: 12 in., 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [Duration: circa 33 min; Program notes by Rory Guy on container; From the collection of Eugene Ormandy], 1950.

36 628

Suppé, Franz von, Poet and peasant overture: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([New York, N.Y.]: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 10 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, mono) [], 1951.

19 476

Suppé, Franz von, Poet and peasant overture: Philadelphia Orchestra; P Olefsky, violoncello solo; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([New York, N.Y.]: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 78 rpm) Masterworks [], circa 1930s.

25 514

Tchaikovsky, Peter Ilich, 1812 overture, op. 49: New Philharmonia Orchestra; Cathedral Choir of St Ambrose; Igor Buketoff, conductor, with the Children's Choir of St Ambrose and the Central Band of the Royal Air Force (1st work), John Shaw, bass-baritone (3rd work) (New York: RCA Red Seal, 1 sound disc: 12 in., 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [The 1st work "with choruses adding the original famous Russian songs and chants which Tchaikovsky used as themes for this work"--Container; Sung in Russian; Durations: 16:23; 14 min; 16-40; Program notes and English translations of the texts by Igor Buketoff on container; Notes for duration of pieces written on record label by Eugene Ormandy], 1949.

36 632

Tchaikovsky, Peter Ilich, 1812 overture,: Philadelphia Orchestra; Philadelphia Brass Bands with electronic cannon; Temple University Choirs; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([New York, N.Y.]: RCA Red Seal 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [Duration: 16 min, 39 sec; Program notes by Max Wilcox on container], 1971.

13 353

Tchaikovsky, Peter Ilich, Andante cantabile; Rimsky-Korsakov, Nikolay, Flight of the Bumblebee and Dance of the Tumblers: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([New York, N.Y.]: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 7 in., analog, 45 rpm), circa 1950s.

26 538

Tchaikovsky, Peter Ilich, Concerto in D major for violin and orchestra, op. 35: Isaac Stern, violin; Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([United States]: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, mono) Masterworks [Program notes by Charles Burr on container; Also issued on stereo disc (MS 6062)], 1959.

3 71

Tchaikovsky, Peter Ilich, Concerto in D major for violin and orchestra: David Oĭstrakh, violin; Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([New York, N.Y.]: Odyssey, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) ["Previously released on [Columbia] MS 6298 [1962];" Duration: about 35 min; Program notes on container], 1971.

9 254

Tchaikovsky, Peter Ilich, Concerto in D major, for violin and orchestra, op. 35: Isaac Stern, violin; Philadelphia Orchestra; Alexander Hilsberg, conductor ([United States]: Columbia, 1 sound recording: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, mono) Columbia masterworks [Program notes on slipcase; From the collection of Eugene Ormandy], 1954.

36 633

Tchaikovsky, Peter Ilich, Concerto in D, op. 35: Itzhak Perlman, violin; Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor (Hollywood, Calif: Angel, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [Label: S 37640 (on container: SZ 37640); Durations: 38:09; 9:20; Program notes by Rory Guy on container], 1981.

1 8

Tchaikovsky, Peter Ilich, Concerto no. 1 in B-flat minor, op. 23: Tedd Joselson, piano; Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([United States]: RCA Red Seal, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [Duration: about 35 min, 30 sec; Program notes on container], 1974.

10 293

Tchaikovsky, Peter Ilich, Concerto no. 1, in B-flat minor, for piano and orchestra, op. 23: Eugene Istomin, piano; Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([New York, NY]: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., 33 1/3 rpm, mono) Masterworks [Program notes by Aaron Avsholomov on container], 1959.

3 68

Tchaikovsky, Peter Ilich, Concerto no. 1, in B-flat minor, for piano and orchestra, op. 23: Eugene Istomin, piano; Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([New York, NY]: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) Masterworks [Program notes by Aaron Avsholomov on container], 1961.

14 401

Tchaikovsky, Peter Ilich, Concerto no. 2 in G major for piano and orchestra, op. 44: Gary Graffman, piano; Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([S.l.]: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) Masterworks [Program notes by James Lyons on container], 1964.

14 424

Tchaikovsky, Peter Ilich, Concerto no. 2 in G major, for piano and orchestra, op. 44: Gary Graffman, piano; Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([New York, N.Y.]: CBS Masterworks, 1 sound disc (54 min.): 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, mono) Masterworks [Durations: 36 min, 6 sec; 15 min, 11 sec; Program notes by James Lyons on container], 1965.

4 105

Tchaikovsky, Peter Ilich, Manfred symphony: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor (New York, N.Y: RCA Red Seal, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [Duration: 58 min, 38 sec; Program notes by John Warrack on container], 1978.

11 321

Tchaikovsky, Peter Ilich, Nutcracker suite, op. 71a: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor (United States: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, mono) [Demostration copy, no container; The complete Nutcracker suite and no 1, 8, 23, 17, and 6, respectively, of The sleeping beauty ballet], 1953.

4 89

Tchaikovsky, Peter Ilich, Piano concerto no. 1 in B-flat minor, op. 23: Eugene Istomin, piano; Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([New York, N.Y.]: Odyssey, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) ["The great Columbia stereo recordings;" previously released on MS 6079; Duration: circa 34 min; Program notes by Charles B Yulish on container], 1977.

10 279

Tchaikovsky, Peter Ilich, Romeo and Juliet: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor (New York, N.Y: RCA Red Seal, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [Program notes by Robert Jacobson on container], 1977.

11 314

Tchaikovsky, Peter Ilich, Serenade in C major for string orchestra, op. 48: The Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor (1st work); The Philharmonic-Symphony Orchestra of New York; John Barbirolli, conductor (2d work) (U.S.A: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm) Masterworks [Program notes on container], 1948.

5 129

Tchaikovsky, Peter Ilich, Suite from The Sleeping Beauty Ballet, op. 66 /: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([United States]: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, mono) Masterworks [Program notes on container; Selections from the ballet; Duration: 53 min, 55 sec; Also available in stereo MS 6279], 1973.

13 377

Tchaikovsky, Peter Ilich, Suite from The sleeping beauty: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor (New York: RCA Red Seal, 1 sound disc (34 min.): 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) Tchaikovsky's greatest ballets [Program notes on container Introduction -- Prologue Pas de six -- Act I Waltz; Pas d'action; Rose adagio; Dance of the maids of honor and Aurora's variations -- Act II Panorama -- Act III March; Pas de quatre; Pas de quatre; Pas de deux; Apotheosis], 1975.

11 298

Tchaikovsky, Peter Ilich, Swan lake, op. 20: Excerpts (ballet suite): Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([S.l.]: Columbia Masterworks, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, micro, stereo) ["The art of 'Swan lake' an affectionate view of Tchaikovsky's greatest ballet, a detailed retrospective, with rare illustrations and a comprehensive essay, by Leo Lerman" ([28] p) bound in album], 1973.

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Tchaikovsky, Peter Ilich, Symphony no. 4 in F minor, op. 36: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor (New York, NY: RCA Red Seal, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [Program notes by Clair W Van Ausdall on container], 1974.

11 295

Tchaikovsky, Peter Ilich, Symphony no. 1 in G minor, op. 13: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([New York, N.Y.]: RCA Red Seal, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [Durations: circa 45 min; Also issued in cassette: ARK1-3063; Program notes in English by Richard Freed on container], 1979.

11 324

Tchaikovsky, Peter Ilich, Symphony no. 2 in C minor: The Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor (New York: RCA Records, 1 sound disc (44 min.): 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [Durations on labels; Program notes in English by Richard Freed on container], 1979.

11 326

Tchaikovsky, Peter Ilich, Symphony no. 2, in C minor: Royal Philharmonic Orchestra; Sir Thomas Beecham, conductor ([United States]: Columbia, 5 sound discs: 12 in., 33 1/3 rpm, mono) Columbia masterworks [Program notes by Charles Burr on slipcase; Notes for filing order and duration of pieces written on album cover by Eugene Ormandy], 1976.

36 634

Tchaikovsky, Peter Ilich, Symphony no. 3 in D, op. 29: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor (New York, NY: RCA Red Seal, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [At head of title: Ormandy conducts Tchaikovsky; Program notes by Richard Freed on container], 1970.

13 380

Tchaikovsky, Peter Ilich, Symphony no. 5 in E minor, op. 64: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor (New York, NY: RCA Red Seal, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [Program notes by Clair W Van Ausdall on container], 1974.

10 294

Tchaikovsky, Peter Ilich, Symphony no. 5, in E minor, op. 64: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([United States]: Columbia,c1960. 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) Masterworks ["1900-1960 In Celebration of the Philadelphia Orchestra's Sixtieth Anniversary Season;" Historical note on the Philadelphia Orchestra on container], 1960.

7 176

Tchaikovsky, Peter Ilich, Symphony no. 6 in B minor, op. 74: Philadelphia Orchestra, Eugene Ormandy, conductor (U.S: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, mono) Masterworks [Program notes on container], 1952.

5 116

Tchaikovsky, Peter Ilich, Symphony no. 6 in B minor, op. 74: RCA: In commemoration of the first release of RCA records: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor (1st work); The Lead (2d work) (Yokohama, Japan: RCA Red Seal, 6 sound discs: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [Boxed set of 3 "first releases" from RCA Record International Department and Victor Company of Japan, Ltd; Program notes in promotional booklet ([8] p) in Japanese Posters, postcards, handkerchiefs, and other promotional materials laid in container Symphony no 6 in B minor, op 74 / Tchaikovsky The Lead goes R & B / The Lead [Promotional recording] / Various performers], 1969.

17 471

Tchaikovsky, Peter Ilich, Symphony no. 6 in B minor: : (New York, N.Y: Columbia, 1 sound disc (51 min.): 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) Masterworks [Durations: 18:00; 8:15; 9:17; 10:52; Program notes on container], 1968.

8 238

Tchaikovsky, Peter Ilich, Symphony no. 6, in B minor (op. 74): Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor (Camden, N.J: Victor, 2 sound discs: 12 in., analog, 78 rpm) A Victor musical masterpiece [Includes notes ([6] p) inserted], 1948.

22 501

Tchaikovsky, Peter Ilich, Symphony no. 6, in B minor (Pathétique): Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor (New York, N.Y: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, mono) Masterworks [Duration: 46 min, 24 sec], 1963.

16 461

Tchaikovsky, Peter Ilich, Symphony no. 6: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([s.l.]: RCA Red Seal, 1 sound disc (49 min.): 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [Playable also on monaural equipment; Program notes by Roland Gelatt on container], 1969.

14 388

Tchaikovsky, Peter Ilich, Symphony no. 7 in E-flat major: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([New York]: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, mono) Masterworks [Reconstructed from the composer's discarded sketches, and from his op 72, 75, and 79; Duration: 37 min, 23 sec; Program notes by Max de Schauensee and Thomas Frost on container; "World Première Recording"], 1961.

2 40

Tchaikovsky, Peter Ilich, Symphony no. 7 in E-flat major: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([New York]: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) Masterworks [Reconstructed from the composer's discarded sketches, and from his op 72, 75, and 79; Duration: 37 min, 23 sec; Program notes by Max de Schauensee on container], 1962.

15 428

Tchaikovsky, Peter Ilich, Tchaikovsky waltzes: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor (New York, NY: RCA Red Seal, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [Title on container; Program notes on container Eugen Onegin waltz (7:15) -- Sleeping beauty, Act 1 waltz (5:00) -- Swan Lake, Act 1 waltz (4:39) -- Symphony no 5 in E minor, op 64, waltz, allegro moderato (6:15) -- The Nutcracker, Act 1, winter scene; dance of the snowflakes (10:10); Act 2, waltz of the flowers (7:07); final waltz and apotheosis (5:31)], 1977.

11 313

Tchaikovsky, Peter Ilich, Tchaikovsky's greatest hits: New York Philharmonic; Leonard Bernstein, conductor (1st, 2nd and 5th works); Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor (3rd and 4th works) (New York: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [Program notes on container Trepak from the nutcracker suite, op 71a (1 min) -- Waltz of the flowers from The nutcracker suite, op 71a (6 min, 24 sec) -- Andante cantabile from Symphony no 5 in E minor, op 64 (13 min, 31 sec) -- Waltz from Serenade in C major for string orchestra, op 48 (3 min, 45 sec) -- 1812 overture, op 49 (15 min, 20 sec)], 1967.

13 372

Tchaikovsky, Peter Ilich, Tchaikovsky's greatest hits: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor; New York Philharmonic; Leonard Bernstein, conductor (in the 3rd work) ([New York, N.Y.]: Columbia, 1 sound disc (49 min.): 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [Playable also on monaural equipment; Program notes on container None but the lonely heart (Arr: A Harris) -- Waltz from "The Sleeping beauty" -- Capriccio Italien, op 45 -- Waltz from "Eugene Onegin" -- Andante cantabile (Arr TT Frost) -- Barcarolle from "The Months" (Arr: M Gould) -- Waltz from "Swan Lake", Act I], 1970.

14 416

Tchaikovsky, Peter Ilich, The great romantic piano concertos: Philippe Entremont, piano; New York Philharmonic, Leonard Bernstein, conductor (1st-2d works); Philadelphia Orchestra, Eugene Ormandy, conductor (3rd work) (New York, N.Y: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) Masterworks [Title from container; "Previously released on D3S 715;" Program notes on container Concerto no 1, op 23 / Tchaikovsky Concerto no 2, op 18 / Rachmaninoff Concerto in A minor, op 16 / Grieg], 1960.

16 460

Tchaikovsky, Peter Ilich, The sleeping beauty: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([United States]: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) Masterworks [Duration: 25 min, 45 sec, and 19 min, 55 sec, respectively; Program notes on container], 1967.

8 223

Tchaikovsky, Peter Ilich, The swan lake: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([New York]: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, mono) Masterworks [Program notes by Morris Hastings and synopsis on container], 1957.

4 79

Tchaikovsky, Peter Ilich, The Tchaikovsky ballet album: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor (New York: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) Masterworks. [Manual sequence; Program notes on container; Contains excerpts from the Nutcracker Ballet, op 71; Swan Lake Ballet Suite, op 20; Sleeping Beauty Ballet Suite, op 66], 1958.

13 383

Tchaikovsky, Peter Ilich, The wonderful waltzes of Tchaikovsky and Strauss: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([U.S.]: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, mono) Masterworks [Title from container; Program notes by Charles Burr on container Waltzes from Swan lake; Serenade for strings, op 48; Sleeping beauty ballet, op 66; Waltz of the flowers, from Nutcracker suite, op 71a / Tchaikovsky Emperor waltz, op 437; Blue Danube waltz, op 314; Roses from the south, op 388 / Johann Strauss, Jr], 1958.

4 76

Tchaikovsky, Peter Ilich, Three great Tchaikovsky ballets: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([New York, NY]: Columbia 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm stereo) Masterworks [Label: M3S 706 (MS 6437, 6279, 6621); Program notes and synopses ([4] p) laid in container; Contains excerpts from Swan lake, op 20, Sleeping beauty, op 66, and The nutcracker, op 71], 1962.

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Telemann, Georg Philipp, 4 concertos: "First chair" soloists; Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ( RCA Red Seal, 1 sound disc (56 min.): 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm stereo) [Program notes by Sol Schoenbach on container Concerto grosso in D, for 3 trumpets, 2 oboes, timpani, and strings -- Concerto in D, for horn and strings -- Concerto in B[flat], for oboes and 3 violins -- Concerto in D, for violin concertato, trumpet, 3 violins, 2 violas, and violoncello obbligato], 1969.

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That Philadelphia sound: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([New York, NY]: Columbia, 2 sound discs;1 sound disc: 12 in.;7 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [Label: M2X 786 (MS 7167-MS 7168); Program notes by Thomas Frost on container Danse Russe from Petrushka / Stravinsky España / Charbrier Fêtes from Nocturnes / Debussy Can-can from La Boutique fantasque / Rossini-Respighi Fugue from The Young person's guide to the orchestra / Britten Prelude to Lohengrin / Wagner Feria from Rhapsodie espagnole / Ravel Marche militaire française from Suite algérienne / Saint-Säens Dance of the comedians / Smetana; Scene, act 1 from Swan lake / Tchaikovsky Dance of the rose maidens from Gayne ballet / Khachaturian Procession of the Sardar from Caucasian sketches / Ippolitov-Ivanov The Battle and defeat of Napoleon from Háry János suite / Kodály March from The Love for three oranges / Prokofiev Russian sailor's dance from The Red poppy / Glière The Birth of Kijé from Lieutenant Kijé suite, op 60 / Prokofiev Two selections from Carmina Burana / Orff March of the dwarfs / Grieg, arr Arthur Harris Dance of the tumblers from The Snow maiden / Rimsky-Korsakov The Great gate of Kiev from Pictures at an exhibition / Mussorgsky], 1975.

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The Art of Eugene Ormandy: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([U.S.]: Columbia, 2 sound discs: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [Manual sequence; Biographical notes by Emily Coleman and discography ([10] p) laid in container Symphony no 8, in F major, op 93 / Beethoven Prelude and love death from Tristan and Isolde / Wagner Romeo and Juliet, overture-fantasy / Tchaikovsky Prelude to the afternoon of a faun / Debussy La valse / Ravel], circa 1970s.

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The Bach family: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor (New York: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) Masterworks. [The final work probably composed as a suite by H Casadesus Cf Music Library Association Notes, Sept 1955, p 534; Program notes by David Johnson on container Sinfonia for double orchestra, in D major, op 18, no 3 / J C Bach; arr for large orchestra by Eugene Ormandy (13:57) -- Sinfonia in D minor: for two flutes and strings / W F Bach (10:13) -- Concerto for orchestra in D major / C P E Bach; transcribed for orchestra by Maximilian Steinberg (15:39)], 1962.

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The beloved choruses: Mormon Tabernacle Choir; Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([New York, NY]: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, mono) [Program notes in English on container The heavens are telling (from "The creation") / Haydn -- To music / Schubert -- Glory / Rimsky-Korsakov -- On great lone hills (from "Finlandia") / Sibelius -- Hallelujah Chorus (from "Messiah") / Handel -- Sheep may safely graze (from "Birthday" Cantata no 208) / Bach Walton -- Jesu, joy of man's desiring (from "Heiz und Mund" Cantata no 147) / Bach -- A mighty fortress is our God (from the "St Matthew Passion") / Bach -- In deepest grief / Bach], 1960.

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The French album: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor (New York, N.Y: RCA Red Seal, 3 sound discs: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [Durations on container La valse / Ravel -- Bolero / Ravel -- Clair de lune / Debussy -- Escales / Ibert -- Pavan for a dead princess / Ravel -- Daphnis and Chloe: suite no 2 / Ravel (with the Mendelssohn Club of Philadelphia) -- Prelude to the afternoon of a faun / Debussy -- Danse macabre / Saint-Saëns -- España rhapsody / Chabrier -- The sorcerer's apprentice / Dukas -- Sicilienne / Fauré -- La mer / Debussy -- Le prophète: Coronation march / Meyerbeer -- Orpheus in Hades: Overture / Offenbach -- Carmen: March of the toreadors / Bizet -- La Marseillaise / Rouget de Lisle (with the Philadelphia Orchestra Chorus)], 1955.

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The glorious sound of brass: Philadelphia Brass Ensemble, in part with assisting brass players ([United States]: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) Columbia masterworks [Program notes on slipcase; Contains works by Brade, Bonelli, Pezel, Lassus, Reiche, and Holborne; Belonged to Eugene Ormandy Two pieces (1:43) / Brade -- Toccata "Athalanta" (3:25) / Bonelli -- Suite (14:47) / Pezel -- Providebam dominum (4:25) / De Lassus -- Three sonatas (4:18) / Reiche -- Suite (11:50) / Holborne], 1986.

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The glorious sound of Christmas: Temple University Concert Choir; Robert Page, director and conductor; Arthur Harris, arranger ([New York]: Columbia, 1 sound disc (60 min.): 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [Carols and sacred songs for orchestra with chorus; Program notes by Thomas Frost on container Hark! the herald angels sing -- O little town of Bethlehem -- Joy to the world -- O holy night (Cantique de noël) -- O come, o come, Emanuel --God rest ye merry, gentlemen -- Ave Maria / Schubert -- O come, all ye faithful (Adeste fideles) -- The first noël -- Deck the halls with boughs of holly -- O sanctissima (O du fröhliche) -- The worship of God -- O come, little children -- Silent night, holy night], 1963.

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The Glory of Russia: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([New York]: Columbia, 2 sound discs. 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [Durations and program notes by Stephen Holden on container; Contains selections by Tchaikovsky, Mussorgsky, Rimsky-Korsakoff, Borodin, Ippolitov-Ivanov, Glinka and Gliere], 1971.

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The great choruses of Bach and Handel: Mormon Tabernacle Choir; Richard Condie, director; Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor (New York, N.Y: CBS Masterworks, 3 sound discs: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [Sung in English; originally in German, Latin, English or Italian; "Digitally re-mastered from newly re-mixed master analog tapes;" Program notes on container; "This material previously released on MS 6058, MS 6367, MS 6679, MS 6951, MS 7792, MS 7405, and M2S 607;" Works of Bach on first disc; works of Handel on second disc "Jesu, joy of man's desiring" from Cantata 147 (3:09);"What tho' the world be full of sin" from Cantata 80 (4:01); "A mighty fortress is our God" from Cantata 80 (1:32); "Ah, dearest Jesus" from the Christmas oratorio (2:03); "Sleepers awake" from Cantata 140 (6:56); "Zion hears the watchmen's voices" from Cantata 140 (5:04); "My soul doth magnify the Lord" from the Magnificat (3:14); "Sheep may safely graze" from Cantata 208 (4:50); "Father in heaven" from Prelude no 1 in C major (2:53); "Now keep we all this holy feast" from Cantata 4 (2:35); "Come, sweet death" (3:11); "Now thank we all our God" from Cantata 79 (2:08); "In deepest grief" from St Matthew passion (8:56) / Johann Sebastian Bach --;"Hallelujah" chorus from Messiah (3:56); "Holy art Thou" (Largo) from Xerxes (5:40); "How excellent thy name" from Saul (3:22);"Hallelujah, amen" from Judah Maccabaeus (2:10); "But as for his people" from Israel in Egypt (4:28); "Sing ye to the Lord" from Israel in Egypt (3:48); "Awake the trumpet's lofty sound" from Samson (2:14); "See, the conqu'ring hero comes!" from Judas Maccabaeus (3:50); "Sing unto God" (2:57); "For unto us a child is born" from Messiah (4:13); "Let their celestial concerts all unite" from Samson (3:14); "Welcome, welcome mighty king," "David, his ten thousands slew" from Saul (2:33); "Coronation anthem no 1" from [sic] Zadok the priest (5:14) / George Frideric Handel], 1973.

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The Great romantic piano concertos: Philippe Entremont, piano; Philadelphia Orchestra, Eugene Ormandy (2d-4th works); New York Philharmonic, Leonard Bernstein (1st and 5th works) ([New York, NY]: Columbia 3 sound discs: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm stereo) Masterworks [Label: D3S 715 (MS 6148, 6016, 6359); Manual sequence; Program notes by James Lyons on container Concerto no 2, op 18, C minor; Preludes, op 23, no 3 and 6, and op 3, no 2 / Rachmaninoff -- Concerto, A minor, op 16 / Grieg -- Rhapsody on a theme of Paganini, op 43 / Rachmaninoff -- Concerto no 1, op 23, B♭ minor / Tchaikovsky], 1964.

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The Great romantic piano concertos: Philippe Entremont, piano; Philadelphia Orchestra, Eugene Ormandy (2d-4th works); New York Philharmonic, Leonard Bernstein (1st and 5th works) ([United States] Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, mono) Masterworks [Title from container; Label: D3L 315 (ML 5282, 5759, 5481); Manual sequence; Program notes by James Lyons on container Concerto no 2, op 18, C minor; Preludes, op 23, no 3 and 6, and op 3, no 2 / Rachmaninoff -- Concerto, A minor, op 16 / Grieg -- Rhapsody on a theme of Paganini, op 43 / Rachmaninoff -- Concerto no 1, op 23, B♭ minor / Tchaikovsky], 1960.

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The Greatest hits of Christmas: A Christmas spectacular: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy and William Smith, conductors; with Philadelphia Orchestra Chorus; Robert Page, director and conductor (New York, NY: RCA Red Seal, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [At head of container title: A Christmas spectacular; Durations on container;"Newly recorded" on container Joy to the world (2:07) -- I'll be home for Christmas / Kent-Gannon-Ram (2:39) -- Adeste fideles (3:52) -- It came upon the midnight clear (3:20) -- We wish you a merry Christmas (2:02) -- The Christmas song / Mel Tormé-Robert Wells (3:44) -- Go tell it on the mountain (2:20) -- Santa Claus is comin' to town / Gillespie-Coots (2:18) -- I wonder as I wander (2:58) -- We three kings of orient are (2:58) -- Carol of the bells (2:38) -- Rudolf the red-nosed reindeer / May-J Marks (2:42) -- Good King Wenceslaus (2:32) -- Silent night (3:45)], 1972.

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The Lord's prayer: Alexander Schreiner, Frank Asper, organs; Mormon Tabernacle Choir; Richard P Condie, director; Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([United States]: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [Program notes by Jay Welch and texts on container Heavenly father! (Ave Maria) / Schubert (5:20) -- Judas Macabaeus Hallelujah, amen / Handel (2:10) -- My shepherd will supply my need / V Thompson (2:40) -- Come sweet death, (Komm', süsser Tod!) / JS Bach (3:10) -- O be joyful / Glarum (2:45) -- The redemption Unfold, ye portals / Gounod (3:30) -- Requiem Give unto the meek, (Requiem aeternam); Show thy mercy, (Kyrie Eleison) / Mozart (7:20) -- Otello Lord, hear our prayer / Verdi (4:20) -- Oratorio from the book of Mormon Old things are done away / Robertson (2:25) -- A mighty fortress is our God / Luther-Bach (2:00) -- The Lord's prayer / Malotte (3:10)], 1962.

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The Lord's prayer: Alexander Schreiner and Frank W Asper, organists; Mormon Tabernacle Choir, Richard P Condie, director; Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([New York]: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) Masterworks [Title from container; Program notes by Jay Welch on container The Lord's prayer; Come, come ye saints / Robertson -- Blessed are they that mourn / Brahms -- O, my father / Gates -- How great the wisdom and the love / Thos McIntyre -- Holy, holy, holy / Gounod -- 148th psalm / Holst -- For unto us a child is born: from the Messiah / Handel -- David's lamentation / Billings -- Londonderry air -- Battle hymn of the republic / Wilhousky], 1959.

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The Mormon Tabernacle Choir album: The Mormon Tabernacle Choir, Richard Condie, director; The Philadelphia Orchestra, Eugene Ormandy, conductor (New York, N.Y: Columbia, 2 sound discs: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [Title from container; Program notes on container God bless America -- The Lord's prayer -- When Johnny comes marching home -- A mighty fortress is our God -- Bless this house -- Battle hymn of the Republic -- This land is your land -- Heavenly father -- Onward Christian soldiers -- Jesu, joy of man's desiring -- Come, come ye saints -- Hallelujah chorus -- O Columbia the gem of the ocean -- Londonderry air -- This is my country -- Beautiful dreamer -- Land of hope and glory -- Dixie -- Holy art thou -- He's got the whole world in his hands -- Father in heaven -- The battle cry of freedom -- Hallelujah, Amen], 1971.

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The Mormon Tabernacle Choir's greatest hits: Mormon Tabernacle Choir; Richard P Condie, director; Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor (New York: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) Masterworks [Title from container; Program notes on container O Columbia, the gem of the ocean -- Londonderry air -- This is my country -- Beautiful dreamer -- Land of hope and glory (Pomp and circumstance no 1) -- Dixie -- Holy art thou (Largo from Xerxes) -- He's got the whole world in his hands -- Father in heaven -- The battle cry of freedom -- Hallelujah, Amen (from Judas Maccabaeus)], 1968.

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The Mormon Tabernacle Choir's greatest hits: Alexander Schreiner, Robert Cundick, and Frank Asper, organists; The Mormon Tabernacle Choir; Richard P Condie, director, (conductor works 3, 5, 9, and 11) Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([New York, N.Y.]: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, mono) [Title from container; Notes on container God bless America / Berlin -- The Lord's prayer / Malotte -- When Johnny comes marching home / Wilhousky, arr -- A mighty fortress is our God / Luther -- Bless this house / Brahe -- Battle hymn of the Republic / Wilhousky -- This land is your land / Guthrie -- Heavenly father! (Ave Maria) / Schubert -- Onward Christian soldiers / Sullivan -- Jesu, joy of man's desiring / Bach --Come, come ye saints / Clayton -- Hallelujah (chorus) / Handel], 1962.

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The Ormandy era: The Philadelphia Orchestra Association official tribute collection: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor (Franklin Center, Pa.,: Franklin Mint Record Society, 5 sound discs: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [Title from containers; Recordings issued in 6 containers with 5 discs in each; Program notes for each volume bound in each container; Tribute to Ormandy with essay by Paul Hume and index to sound recordings autographed by Ormandy, 1979 ([14] p); booklet, "The Philadelphia Orchestra Association presents its official tribute to Maestro Eugene Ormandy on the occasion of his final season as Music Director" ([6] p); letter from executive director Seymour L Rosen; and 6 letters from Stanley Walker, director of the Franklin Mint Record Society, to subscribers, laid in bound volume, The Maestro [v 7] v 1 Virtuoso showpieces -- v 2 The great soloists -- v 3 Time-honored classics -- v 4 20th-century favorites -- v 5 Historic performances -- v 6 The summation], 1981.

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The Philadelphia Orchestra, Eugene Ormandy 1969: Artur Rubinstein, piano (1st-2d works); soloists from the Philadelphia Orchestra (3rd work); Van Cliburn, piano (8th-9th works); Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor (New York, N.Y: RCA Red Seal, 30 sound discs: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [RCA Red Seal: LSC-3055, LSC-3057-3060, LSC-3065, no box number; Title from box and program notes Title on container of disc LSC 3057: "First Chair" Soloists; Boxed set of 5 individually released recordings; Program booklet ([18] p) with an appreciation by Emily Coleman laid in container Concerto no 2 in F minor; Grand fantasy on Polish airs / Chopin -- 4 concertos for diverse solo instruments Concerto grosso in D for 3 trumpets, 2 oboes, timpani and strings; Concerto in D for horn and strings; Concerto in B-flat for 3 oboes and 3 violins; Concerto in D for violin concertato, trumpet, 3 violins, 2 violas and cello obbligato / Telemann -- Symphony no 6 / Tchaikovsky -- Symphony no 7 in E / Bruckner -- Symphony no 3 / Ives -- New England triptych / Schuman -- Concerto in A minor / Grieg -- Concerto in E-flat / Liszt], 1979.

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The Philadelphia Orchestra, Europe 1975: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor (New York, N.Y. : RCA Records, 3 sound discs: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo), 1975.

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The Philadelphia story: Emanuel Feuermann, cello (1st work); Fritz Kreisler, violin (2d work); The Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy (1st, 2d, 5th works), Leopold Stokowski (3rd work), and Serge Rachmaninoff (4th work), conductors (London: RCA, 3 sound discs: 12 in., 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [Program notes ([6] p) by Edward Johnson laid in container; Paganini violin concerto transcribed from his Concerto No 1 in D, first movement, by Fritz Kreisler; Album in blue leather presentation case: "Presented by RCA to Eugene Ormandy and The Philadelphia Orchestra to commemorate their European tour, London, May 1970" Don Quixote, op 35 / Strauss Violin concerto in D / Paganini arr Kreisler Symphony no 4 in A minor / Sibelius Isle of the dead / Rachmaninoff Symphony no 6 in D minor "Pathetique" / Tchaikovsky], 1968.

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The Richest sound on earth: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([New York, N.Y.]: Columbia, 2 sound discs: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [Playable also on monaural equipment; Program notes on container The pines of Rome / O Respighi Toccata and fugue in D minor / J S Bach, transcribed by E Ormandy Classical symphony, in D major, op 25 / S Prokofiev Capriccio italien, op 45 / P I Tchaikovsky Dance of the apprentices and Entrance of the masters, from Die Meistersinger / R Wagner Bolero / M Ravel], 1974.

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The Romantic Philadelphia strings: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor (New York: Columbia, 2 sound discs: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) The Fabulous Philadelphia sound series [Program notes on container Nocturne, from Quartet, no 2, / A Borodin, arr Sir M Sargent -- Intermezzo from Cavalleria rusticana / P Mascagni -- Londonderry air / arr A Harris -- Adagio for strings / S Barber -- Andante cantabile / P I Tchaikovsky, arr, T Frost -- Meditation from Thaïs / J Massenet --Notturno from Lyric suite / E Grieg -- Adagietto from L'Arlésienne / G Bizet -- Elégie / J Massenet, arr T Frost -- To a wild rose / E MacDowell, arr T Frost], 1976.

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The Russian album: ([United States]: RCA Red Seal, 3 sound discs: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [Durations on container Romeo and Juliet (Overture fantasy) -- Capriccio italien -- Marche slave -- Eugen Onegin: Waltz -- Eugen Onegin: Polonaise / Tchaikovsky -- Classical symphony In D, op 25 / Prokofiev -- Nocturne, from Quartet no 2 / Borodin, arr Sir Malcolm Sargent -- Caucasian sketches: Procession of the Sardar / Ippolitov-Ivanov -- Le coq d'or: Bridal procession / Rimsky-Korsakov -- The love for three oranges: March / Prokofiev -- Poem of ecstasy, op 54 / Scriabin -- The firebird: Suite / Stravinsky], 1977.

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The Sound of genius, 1963: Philadelphia Orchestra, Eugene Ormandy, conductor (1st work); Rudolf Serkin, piano (2nd-3rd works); Cleveland Orchestra, George Szell, conductor (4th work); New York Philharmonic, Leonard Bernstein, conductor (5th work); Alexander Brailowsky, piano (6th work); New York Philharmonic, Andre Kostelanetz, conductor, Beverly Sills, soprano (7th-8th works) ([New York, N.Y.]: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) Masterworks [Label: "Columbia record club exclusive" Salome's Dance from Salome / Richard Strauss Spinning song, op 67, no 4; Song without words, op 62, no 1 / Mendelssohn Die Fledermaus overture / Johann Strauss Overture to Zampa / Hérold Mazurka No 33 in B major, op 56, no 1 / Chopin Interlude; The Maiden and the nightingale from Goyescas / Granados], 1978.

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The strings of the Philadelphia Orchestra: Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([United States]: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) Masterworks [Program notes by Charles Burr on container Eine kleine Nachtmusik: K 525 / Mozart -- Air from Suite no 3: Air on the G string / Bach -- Concerto grosso in G minor, op 6, no 8: Christmas / Corelli -- Scherzo from Octet for strings in E-flat major, op 20 / Mendelssohn], 1959.

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The Strings of the Philadelphia Orchestra: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([New York, NY]: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, mono) [Title from container; Program notes by Charles Burr on container Serenade in C major for string orchestra, op 48 / Tchaikovsky -- Nocturne, for string orchestra / Borodin -- Adagio for strings, op 11 / Barber -- Fantasia on Greensleeves / Vaughan Williams], 1957.

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The world of Red Seal digital: Various orchestras, conductors and soloists (New York: RCA, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [RCA: CRC1-3624 (XRC1-3624 on container); "New digital recordings" container; Notes about recording by John Pfeiffer on container Symphony no 1 ("Spring"): First movement / Schumann (Philadelphia Orchestra; James Levine, conductor) -- Hebrides overture / Mendelssohn (Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor) -- Concerto no 20 in D minor, K 466: First movement (excerpt) / Mozart (Emanuel Ax, piano; Dallas Symphony Orchestra; Eduardo Mata, conductor) -- 6 Hungarian dances (nos 11-16) / Brahms (Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor) -- Suite no 1 for small orchestra (1925) / Stravinsky -- Suite no 2 for small orchestra (1921) / Stravinsky (Dallas Symphony Orchestra; Eduardo Mata, conductor)], 1972.

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The world's greatest orchestra: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ( 4 sound discs: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, mono) [Title from container: "The world's greatest orchestra;" Demonstration kit; Offenbach's Gaîté Parisienne arranged by Manuel Rosenthal Scheherazade, op 35 / Rimsky-Korsakov Gaîté Parisienne ballet / Offenbach Les Sylphides ballet / Chopin Symphony in D minor / Franck Symphony no 3 in A minor, op 44 / Rachmaninoff], 1966.

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"The Yellow River" concerto, and other showpieces played on the historic China tour: Daniel Epstein, piano (1st work); Mauray Panitz, bamboo flute (1st work); Hauman Lee, pipa (1st work); Gilbert Johnson, trumpet (4th work); Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([New York, N.Y.]: RCA Red Seal, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, quad) [Durations: 20 min, 5 sec; 1 min, 24 sec; 3 min, 36 sec; 20 min, 20 sec; Quadradisc; Program notes, in part by Louis Hood, on container "The Yellow River" concerto / Central Philharmonic Society of the People's Republic of China -- San pei (Chinese workers' and peasants' march) [folk song] / William Smith and Jesse Taynton, arr -- The Stars and Stripes forever/ Sousa -- Pines of Rome / Respighi], 1976.

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This is my country: Mormon Tabernacle Choir, Richard Condie, director; Philadelphia Orchestra, Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([S.l.]: CBS Masterworks, 1 sound disc (49 min.): 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, mono) [Title on container: This is my country, the world's great songs of patriotism; Title on container: This is my country, great songs of patriotism; Program notes by Jay Welch with song texts on envelope inside container The star-spangled banner / FS Key; JS Smith; arr Frank Asper (2:30) -- Land of hope and glory (Pomp and circumstance no 1) / A Benson; E Elgar; arr Arthur Fagge (5:05) -- Give me your tired, your poor / I Berlin (2:05) -- The Marseillaise (2:50) -- Finlandia (On great lone hills) -- Sibelius; arr H Alexander Matthews (8:20) -- Hatikva / words adapted by L C Zucker; music arranged by Leroy Robertson (4:45) -- The maple leaf forever / arr Cyril Jenkins (3:10) -- America, the beautiful / KL Bates; SA Ward; arr Frank Asper (3:35) -- This is my country / D Raye; A Jacobs; arr Lowell M Durham (3:55) -- Columbia the gem of the ocean / arr Alexander Schreiner (3:30)], 1963.

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This land is your land: Best loved American folk songs: Mormon Tabernacle Choir; Richard P Condie, director; The Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor (New York: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) Masterworks [Titles from container; Program notes by Sigmund Spaeth on container This land is your land -- Down in the valley -- She'll be comin' 'round the mountain -- Beautiful dreamer -- Sweet Betsy from Pike -- Gospel train-Old time religion -- When I first came to this land -- Shenandoah -- Home on the range -- He's got the whole world in his hands -- I wonder as I wander -- Oh, Susanna -- Deep river], 1965.

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Thomson, Virgil, Louisiana story: Philadelphia Orchestra; 1st work conducted by Eugene Ormandy; 2nd work conducted by the composer ([New York]: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 10 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, mono) ["From the film 'Louisiana Story' by Robert Flaherty;" Program notes on container Louisiana story Pastorale; Choral; Passacaglia; Fugue -- Five portraits Bugles and birds (Pablo Picasso); Percussion piece (Mrs Chester Whitin Lasell); Cantabile for strings (Nicolas de Chatelain); Tango lullaby (Flavie Alvarez de Toledo); Fugue (Alexander Smallens)], 1950.

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Thomson, Virgil, Mother of us all: Santa Fe Opera; Raymond Leppard, conductor ([New York]: New World Records, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) Recorded anthology of American music [Inscribed to Eugene Ormandy by Virgil Thomson: "For Gene and Gretel, affection ever Virgil, 1977;" Duration: circa 1 hr, 47 min; In container; automatic sequence; Program notes by R Marx, libretto (including the scenario by M Grosser), bibliography, discography, and chronology (34 p ill) bound in container], 1961.

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Thomson, Virgil, The plow that broke the plains: Symphony of the Air; Leopold Stokowski, conductor (New York: Vanguard, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) Vanguard recordings for the connoisseur; Landmarks of American music series [The 1st work for chamber orchestra; Inscribed to Eugene Ormandy, signature unidentifiable: "Maestro - Both are great! Let's do these and Louisiana Story!;" Program notes by S W Bennett on container], 1965.

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Thomson, Virgil, Three pictures for orchestra: Mack Harrell, baritone (2nd work); Philadelphia Orchestra; Virgil Thomson (1st work), Eugene Ormandy (2nd work), conductors ([U.S.]: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, mono) [The 2nd work originally with piano acc; Program notes and texts of the 2nd work on container Three pictures for orchestra The Seine at night; Wheat field at noon; Sea piece with birds -- Five songs from William Blake The divine image; Tiger! tiger!; The land of dreams; The little black boy; And did those feet], 1954.

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Three favorite ballets: Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor ([New York]: Columbia, 1 sound disc: 12 in., 33 1/3 rpm, mono) Masterworks [Title from container; Program notes on container Les sylphides / Chopin -- Sylvia: Ballet suite / Delibes -- Coppélia: Ballet suite / Delibes], 1963.

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Varèse, Edgard, Amériques: Utah Symphony Orchestra; vocal quartet (2nd work); Maurice Abravanel, conductor (New York: Vanguard, 1 sound disc (73 min.): 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) Vanguard everyman classics [The 2nd work a ballet; the 3rd work a symphonic poem; Program notes by Arthur Cohn on container; Durations: 22:09; 16:58; 6:00; Also playable on monaural equipment; Notes for duration of pieces written on album cover and record label by Eugene Ormandy], 1978.

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Vaughan Williams, Ralph, An Oxford elegy: John Westbrook, speaker; Cecil Aronowitz, violist; Choir of King's College, Cambridge; Jacques Orchestra; David Willcocks, conductor ([S.l.]: Angel, 1 sound disc (41 min.): 12 in., 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [Angel: S-36699; Notes for filing order and duration of pieces written on album cover by Eugene Ormandy Notes for duration of pieces written on record label by Eugene Ormandy], 1964.

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Verdi, Giuseppe, Hymn of the nations: Robert Shaw Chorale; Westminster Choir; Jan Peerce, tenor; NBC Symphony Orchestra; Arturo Toscanini, conductor (New York, N.Y: RCA Victrola, 1 sound disc: 12 in., 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) [Sung in Italian, English, Russian and Latin; Program notes on slipcase; with English translations laid in container; "Stereo effect reprocessed from monophonic"--Cover; Notes for duration of pieces written on album cover by Eugene Ormandy], 1972.

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Verdi, Giuseppe, Quattro pezzi sacri: Janet Baker, contralto (Te Deum only); Philharmonia Chorus; Philharmonia Orchestra; Carlo Maria Giulini, conductor ([United States]: Angel, 1 sound disc: 12 in., analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo) Angel series [Sung in Latin and Italian (Laudi); Ave Maria for unaccompanied four-part chorus; Stabat Mater for chorus and orchestra; Laudi for unaccompanied four-part women's chorus; Te Deum for contralto, chorus and orchestra; Notes for filing order written on album cover by Eugene Ormandy Notes for duration of pieces written on record label by Eugene Ormandy; Program notes and texts, with